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Parliament Building blanc Québec Parliament

  An imposing Second Empire château constructed between 1877 and 1886, just outside of the city walls, according to plans drawn up by engineer-architect Eugène-Étienne Taché and inspired by the Louvre Museum in Paris. The Parliament Building houses the National Assembly, one of America's oldest parliamentary institutions.     More details >>>

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Plaines d'Abraham blanc Plains of Abraham

  The Battlefields Park, created in 1908 to mark the 300th anniversary of Québec's foundation, The park covers a surface area of 108 hectares and has close to 6,000 trees and shrubs belonging to over 80 species.     More details >>>

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La Promenade Samuel-de-Champlain blanc La Promenade Samuel-de-Champlain

  The Samuel de Champlain promenade is a large landscaped park along the St. Lawrence River on nearly 2.5 km. It is located in the borough Sainte-Foy-Sillery-Cap-Rouge, between Quai des Cageux and Côte de Sillery.     More details >>>

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Bois de Coulonge blanc Bois-de-Coulonge Park

  With its unique setting, history and landscapes, the Bois-de-Coulonge Park is one of the most beautiful gardens in Quebec. One of the birthplaces of Quebec horticulture, this park is an example of the English landscape garden and preserves one of the best examples from the 19th century.     More details >>>

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Domaine Maizerets blanc Domaine Maizerets

  Owned by the Séminaire de Québec from 1705 to 1979, this largely wooded urban park today covers an area of 67 acres. Visitors can admire the manor, the arboretum, the ponds and various gardens. The Domaine Maizerets is a verdant oasis in the centre of the city's Limoilou distric, one of the most populated industrial sectors of Quebec City.     More details >>>

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Chute Kabir Kouba blanc Kabir Kouba Waterfall

  Measuring 28 meters, the Kabir Kouba Fall plunges into a 42 meters deep canyon. From 2007 to 2009, archeological digs revealed the vestiges of a flour mill, a saw mill and a paper mill built in the 18th and 19th centuries. Thanks to two viewpoints, the falls and vestiges can be admired in complete safety. Come discover the majestic scenery from two viewpoints over the Akiawenrahk River Falls.     More details >>>

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Manège militaire de Québec blanc Quebec City Armoury

  The Armoury was built between 1884 and 1887 and enlarged in 1913, was designed by Eugène-Étienne Taché, architect. The military authorities of the time wanted to give better drill halls militia units after the creation of the Canadian Confederation and the departure of the British army.
  On the evening of Friday, April 4th, 2008 the Armory was destroyed by fire.
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La Citadelle blanc Quebec Citadelle

  Also called the Gibraltar of the Americas, the Citadelle is part of the Fortifications of Quebec and occupying the highest point of Cap Diamant, 100m above the St Lawrence River.     More details >>>

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Les Fortifications de Québec blanc The Fortifications of Québec

  Erected on an exceptional site atop a plunging cliff, the Fortifications of Québec tower over the St. Lawrence River. Encircling Upper Town and covering 4.6 km, their paths offer visitors many unique opportunities. Indeed, the Fortifications' picturesque charm and superb vistas did not only help the defence system to become a tourist attraction immersed in the past, but were also a deciding factor in the system's preservation.     More details >>>

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Le Parc-de-l'Artillerie blanc The Artillery Park

  Rich in important architectural heritage, Artillery Park bears witness to more than two and a half centuries of history. By the end of the 17th century, it was already recognized as a strategic site and military engineers built various fortifications there over the years. From the middle of the 18th century onward, the park's installations were used as military quarters, which housed French and British soldiers, and as a final function it became a large industrial complex.     More details >>>

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Le Parc-Montmorency blanc The Montmorency Park

  Located at the top of Côte de la Montagne in the historic district of Old Québec, Montmorency Park has been a cemetery, a seat of religious and civil power, a strategic military site and an urban park. Nonetheless, its function as the meeting place of the Legislature of the United Province of Canada between 1841 and 1866 was what led the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada to designate it as a site of national historic significance in 1949.     More details >>>

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Parc Cartier-Brébeuf blanc Parc Cartier-Brébeuf

Cartier-Brébeuf National Historic Site commemorates the period in 1535-1536 when Jacques Cartier and his shipmates wintered near the Iroquoian village of Stadacona. The site also bears witness to the first residence of the Jesuit missionaries, established in Québec in 1625-1626.     More details >>>

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Chute Montmorency La Chute Montmorency

  Parc de la Chute-Montmorency is a few minutes from Québec City. Located between the river and the cliffs, it's one of the province's most spectacular sites. With its 83 meters high (30 meters higher than Niagara Falls), Montmorency Falls dominates the landscape.     More details >>>

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