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Québec City (Borough of Charlesbourg) (Region: Québec City and Area)
This church is the work of Thomas Baillairgé. Designated an historic monument, it is located in the heart of Trait-Carré. The church houses spectacular golden treasures and sculptures More
Category: Religious building and site     

Québec City (Vieux-Québec - inside the walls) (Region: Québec City and Area)
This beautiful and original building in the heart of the fortifications has retained a remarkable unity of style over the centuries. The baldachin and the carved canopy over More
Category: Religious building and site  Partially accessible for the physically disabled     

Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré (Region: Québec City and Area)
Welcome to the oldest pilgrimage site in North America! The Shrine has been welcoming people from all walks of life for over 350 years. This renowned pilgrimage site is dedicated More
Category: Religious building and site  Partially accessible for the physically disabled     
 
Saint-Joachim (Region: Québec City and Area)
Classified as an historic monument in 1959, this church is one of the oldest in the province of Québec (1779). Its architecture and the works of art are worth discovering, especially More
Category: Religious building and site     

Québec City (Borough of Beauport) (Region: Québec City and Area)
An example of the Dom Bellot architectural style, the Sanctuary is made of affordable construction materials: bricks, fieldstone from Beauport, slate and concrete. The cross, More
Category: Religious building and site     
 
Québec City (Borough of Sainte-Foy - Sillery - Cap-Rouge) (Region: Québec City and Area)
This church, originally known as Saint-Colomb church, was built in 1852 by architect Goodlatte Richardson Browne and opened for worship two years later. Made of greenish sandstone More
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