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Saint-Jean-Port-Joli (Region: Chaudière-Appalaches)
In the Saint-Jean-Baptiste Church in Saint-Jean-Port-Joli, under its ornate vault, visitors can admire the seigneurial pew and various old and modern works, including carvings More
Category: Religious building and site  Partially accessible for the physically disabled     
 
Cap-Santé (Region: Québec City and Area)
The majestic church (1752-1768) is one of the last examples of the French Regime's type of structure. It has remarkable bell towers and facade.  More
Category: Religious building and site     
 
Les Îles-de-la-Madeleine (Île du Havre Aubert) (Region: Îles-de-la-Madeleine)
Category: Religious building and site  Partially accessible for the physically disabled     
 
Rapide-Danseur (Region: Abitibi-Témiscamingue)
The historic site of Rapide-Danseur served as a portage point for the Algonquin community. Explorer and fur traders also followed this route from Montréal to Hudson Bay. A stone More
Category: Religious building and site     
 
Montréal (Quartier des spectacles) (Region: Montréal)
This Sulpician chapel, an architectural masterpiece, was built and decorated by famed architect Napoléon Bourassa between 1873 and 1882. The Marian enclave is a veritable oasis More
Category: Religious building and site     

Shawinigan (Shawinigan-Sud) (Region: Mauricie)
This historic site is home to Ozias Leduc s last major project. Enjoy an interactive, guided tour led by historical figures to learn about this artist s life, work, techniques More
Category: Museum / interpretation centre / historic site (Religious building and site)  Partially accessible for the physically disabled     
 
Deschambault-Grondines (Region: Québec City and Area)
The church was built (1834-1838) in a Neo-classic style in line with the renewal of architectural forms advocated by Thomas Baillairgé in the middle of the 19th century.  More
Category: Religious building and site  Accessible for the physically disabled     

Montréal (Old Montréal - Vieux-Port) (Region: Montréal)
Built between 1824 and 1829, this vast Gothic Revival church is renowned for its polychrome interior and rich ornamentation. Its treasures include an 1891 Casavant organ, one More
Category: Religious building and site  Partially accessible for the physically disabled  Service for the hearing impaired     
 
Rivière-au-Tonnerre (Region: Duplessis)
This wooden church, built on the seashore between 1908 and 1912, was restored in the late 1970s and again at the beginning of the new millennium. Its vaulted ceiling is over More
Category: Religious building and site     

Saint-Eustache (Region: Laurentides)
Built between 1780 and 1783, the church of Saint-Eustache was partially destroyed during the 1837 rebellion. The current structure dates back to 1841. The outstanding acoustics More
Category: Religious building and site  Accessible for the physically disabled     
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