Iceberg became a tourist attraction of the Canadian island
The giant iceberg, sailed to the shores of the island of Newfoundland in eastern Canada, attracted many tourists. According to Ferryland residents, the surrounding area is literally “teeming” with travelers photographing a natural landmark.
The height of the iceberg at the highest point is, according to estimates, about 46 meters – the height of the ice block that led to the crash of the Titanic in 1912 was 16 meters less. Old-timers say they will not remember such a large iceberg off the coast of the island.
According to local residents, the iceberg is stuck in shallow water and has already changed its shape a little, but will remain a “model” for tourists with cameras for a long time.