Bible Hill, Nova Scotia

Bible Hill, Nova Scotia

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website = [http://www.biblehill.ca http://www.biblehill.ca]
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Part of a series about Places in Nova Scotia

Bible Hill (2001 population: 5,741) is a Canadian village in Colchester County, Nova Scotia.

The village lies on the north bank of the Salmon River, opposite the town of Truro. Its name is derived from a prominent hill which rises above the flood plain on the grounds of the Nova Scotia Agricultural College (NSAC).

Bible Hill functions as a suburb of Truro with several residential subdivisions. The village is home to Bible Hill Junior High, Redcliff Middle School, Bible Hill East Court Elementary, and Bible Hill Central Elementary Schools.

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External links

* [http://www.biblehill.ca/ Bible Hill Website]

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