This is Quebec's train and bus terminal and also one of the most beautiful buildings I have seen there. It also located in nice surroundings and by the city's marina.
The City Hall, or Hotel de Ville, is a magnificent old building and home to the Urban Life Interpretation Center. The park outside of the City Hall is the location of Quebec's annual summer festival.
The Archeveche (Archbishop's Palace) is a massive neo-classical stone structure built in 1844 by architect Thomas Baillairge.
The oldwall is a 4,6 km-long defensive belt arroundthe old city. It was declared historical monument in 1957
Walk or drive through this entrance and find yourself within the walls of a charming city. And on Rue St. Jean alone, you’ll find plenty of eating, shopping, and merriment to be had.
Quebec City is a major naval port in Canada. Here is a picture of the Naval Armory, which is located adjacent to the Parliament building. It was built in 1885.
In 1967 DE GAULES said (( vive le quebec!!!!! vive le quebec libre )) from the city hall of montreal, The only monument of CHARLES DE GAULES in the world