Yet another beautiful and historic place to visit in Quebec City. This church is small (For modern times), but what it doesn't have in size makes up in beauty. It is well maintained and preserved.
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There's no shortage of churches here. This one is pretty majestic. It's right in an area you'll be in so you should check it out.
Located at the heart of Montreal City, is again one more Notre Dame church. Is not as magnificent as the one in Montreal or Paris, but if you been to both of them; is worth visiting. Is a quick visit since it is small church....More
The center piece of Palais Royal. This 300+ year old church was renamed Notre-Dame-des-Victoires in 1711, after bad weather sunk an attacking British fleet. It was destroyed and rebuilt after the Battle of the Plains of Abraham in 1759. What you see today is mostly...More
This church is central to the lower city. It is worth the small time that a visit requires. With free admission, the church has an interesting history related to the ship hanging from the ceiling. In beautiful and bright colors, the windows catch the light...More
This was a nice visit and there was a lot to learn about the English in Old Quebec.We enjoyed it, but we like learning about the history up here.
Our tour guide brought us here during our visit to Quebec. There were approximately 45 seniors touring Canada on our way to Perce Rock. We were able to take many beautiful photographs on this sunny warm day. We were not able to go inside but...More
This church is located in the main square of the lower town of Quebec City. It is older than the Notre Dame in downtown Quebec City. It is open tot he public and worth a stroll through if you have the time.
The church is worth a short stop if you are already visiting the Lower Town in Old Quebec. It is a short walk from the Musee de la Civilisation and is also close to a few other attractions and the funicular.