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The Modernisation of the Port in the 19th Century.
First Link between Upper Town and Lower Town .
The Leisurely Way to See Historic Québec.
The first Anglican cathedral built outside the British Isles.
Founder of Québec.
One of the First Main Streets of Québec City.
Old and Versatile.
A Royal Promenade.
Unique in North America.
Quite a challenge.
A Place of Memory of the Economy of New France.
The Gateway to America.
A Figurehead to Ward Off Hunger.
The Good Shepherd Watches Over Unwed Mothers.
Rediscovering the Architecture of New France.
Bourgeois House, Home of Intellectual Life .
A Calling to Serve Those in Need.
Continuity and Innovation.
Among the Oldest.
The Residence of the First French Canadian Historian.
A Founding Community.
Witness to the Scottish Presence in Québec.
A Masterpiece of Innovative Museology and Architectural Integration.
The First Parish Church of New France.
A Treasure from the Era of New France.
The Military Past of a Peaceful Park.
A Mountain of Surprises.
A National Historic Site.
In the Name of Democracy.
A True Crossroads.
Show Central in Québec.
Birthplace of French America.
A City in the Making.
Only in Québec City.
The Heart of the Latin Quarter .
A Charming Military Past.
Urban Revitalization That Sets an Example.
Where Business and Pleasure Meet.
Two Centuries of Commercial Activity.
The Wall Street of Québec.
Magnificence and Power.
Educating a Nation.
Canada’s First Hospital.
An Architectural Dynasty.
Jewel of Québec City.
Home to the Royal 22nd.
A Symbol of the Port’s Prosperity.
Drama, Integration, and Recognition.
Three Generations of Photographers.
Back to the River.
An Art Deco Skyscraper in the Heart of Old Québec.
A Vital Link.
Old Québec as World Heritage Site.
A Mix of French and English Traditions.
A Pioneering Institution in North America.
Back to Old Quebec
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