Not far from l'Isle-Verte and the tragedy of the fire at the residence du havre in Quebec in 2014. Historic monument since 2004, the church of Saint-André de Kamouraska was built from 1805 to 1811, making it the oldest in the Bas-Saint-Laurent.
Erected in 1647 in Old Quebec, this cathedral after 2 fire was rebuilt in 1923. Notre-Dame de Quebec is the 1st stone church and the oldest in North America. In 1966 it was classified as an "historical monument". The remnants of Bishop Francois de ... >>
The Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours chapel was founded in 1655 in Old Montreal. It is a jewel and historic heritage of the city. Marguerite Bourgeoys, first teacher in Ville-Marie, was the founder of the Congregation of Mother. She was also the ... >>
The church Notre-Dame de la Defense Hotel Romanesque style was built in 1919 by Italian immigrants first arrived in Little Italy Montéal. It represents the cultural heart and religious Italians of Canada. They celebrate their baptism, first ... >>
The Cathedral of St. Teresa of Avila may surprise with its Romano-Byzantine style of architecture unique in North America. It stands out because of what one is accustomed to seeing in other places of worship in Quebec: a circular design and a ... >>
The Ste-Anne de Beaupré Shrine near Quebec was erected in 1887, burned in 1922 and rebuilt in 1923.
Like many churches, it was constructed in the form of a Latin cross. It is Neo-Romanesque in style, respecting the Roman style of ... >>