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The last time we were in the city, this place was locked, so it was neat to be able to go inside and look around this time. It was not what I was expecting or am used to. I have never seen a ship hanging...More
If you get a chance, just take a peek into this beautiful quaint church! Whether you love beauty, are an art enthusiast or would just like to say a prayer or light a candle, there may be something of interest for you. My husband, my...More
The small stone church that watches over the Place Royale sits on the site of Champlain’s first house, the first building of the French colony that later became Quebec. But this place is more than just the birthplace of French Canada — it’s also one...More
Located in Place-Royale in Old Quebec, Notre-Dame-des-Victoires is one of the oldest churches in Canada. The early settlers and sailors attended church here. It is small and not as ornate as most of the churches built during this time but it is lovely. If you...More
We missed the Sunday morning service but went to the church anyway. Located close to the port, tons of people as a cruise ship docked. The church shows its age but well kept at the same time, worth the visit as is the whole are...More