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Sainte-Famille (Region: Québec City and Area)
Sainte-Famille is the oldest parish on Île d'Orléans. Its church, built in 1743 and consecrated in 1749, is one of the last dating from the French regime. Its façade, adorned with five More
Category: Religious building and site  Partially accessible for the physically disabled     
 
Saint-Pierre-de-l'Île-d'Orléans (Region: Québec City and Area)
The oldest church on Île d'Orléans, built between 1716 and 1718, Église Saint-Pierre was declared an historical monument in 1954. Mass is no longer said here. More
Category: Religious building and site  Partially accessible for the physically disabled     

Gaspé (Pointe-Navarre) (Region: Gaspésie)
This sanctuary, an important pilgrimage site since 1940, is brimming with treasures of religious art, including St. Joseph the Worker and the main crucifix sculpted by Médard Bourgault. More
Category: Religious building and site  Partially accessible for the physically disabled     

Québec City (Vieux-Québec - inside the walls) (Region: Québec City and Area)
Built in 1804, modelled after St.-Martin-in-the-Fields, in London, and still set behind a screen of trees, this church was the first Anglican cathedral built outside the British Isles. More
Category: Religious building and site  Partially accessible for the physically disabled     

Rivière-Éternité (Region: Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean)
The parish of Rivière-Éternité, nicknamed Village des Crèches, presents its international exhibition of about 250 crèches and 25 Nativity artworks. The collection is composed of unique More
Category: Religious building and site     
 
Montréal (Quartier des spectacles) (Region: Montréal)
When it opened in 1889, St. James was the largest Methodist church in Canada. This grand red sandstone building is reminiscent of Gothic cathedrals in France, and can be admired from More
Category: Religious building and site     

Bécancour (Region: Centre-du-Québec)
This neoclassical jewel of Québec's religious architecture was designated an historic monument in 1957. Some of the church's woodwork was carved in France, while the tabernacle and More
Category: Religious building and site     
 
Québec City (Vieux-Québec - inside the walls) (Region: Québec City and Area)
This chapel, built in 1818, based on the plans of François Baillargé, and inaugurated in 1820, is a work of art with its architecture, sculptures and painting. The inside of this church More
Category: Religious building and site     
 
Victoriaville (Region: Centre-du-Québec)
Traditional stone church built in the Romanesque style in 1873. Contains 76 paintings by Joseph-Thomas Rousseau and his workshop, as well as trompe l'oeil decoration by Suzor-Côté. More
Category: Religious building and site  Partially accessible for the physically disabled     

Montréal (The Mont Royal) (Region: Montréal)
Founded in 1904 by Saint Brother André, the Oratory welcomes more than two million pilgrims and visitors each year. Don't miss the wonderful gardens, organ concerts, carillon recitals More
Category: Religious building and site  Accessible for the physically disabled     
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