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Rue Sous le Fort and Le Funiculaire at Dawn, Lower Town Quebec City (Basse-Ville), QC, Canada

Rue Sous le Fort and Le Funiculaire at Dawn, Lower Town Quebec City (Basse-Ville), QC, Canada

Quebec City had long been a place I’ve wanted to visit so I spent parts of four days in Lower and Upper Town Quebec City. The architecture is really beautiful in this part of town and truly does resemble Europe. The souvenir shops all start to blend together after a while but I like that Quebec doesn’t really have any chain stores or restaurants. I saw one McD’s and one Tim Horton’s but that was about it for chain establishments.

Eglise Notre-Dame-des-Victoires Church at Dawn, Lower Town Quebec City (Basse-Ville), QC, Canada

Eglise Notre-Dame-des-Victoires Church at Dawn, Lower Town Quebec City (Basse-Ville), QC, Canada

Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac at Dusk, Quebec City, Canada

Fairmont Le Chateau Frontenac at Dusk, Quebec City, Canada

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2 thoughts

  1. Very inviting street scene Richard. I wish more in the US were like that. Much of our architecture is sourced to cookie cutter / low bid developers.

    • Thanks Mark. I agree. Most American architecture is really boring and/or lacking in any sort of personality these days. The one city I’ve been to that might compare from a “character” standpoint would be the French Quarter in New Orleans. Of course that is old architecture with a French influence too… 🙂

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