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Admire the religious patrimony

The names of local towns often begin with the word “Saint” – a mark of the Catholic Church’s heavy influence on Québec history. The architectural richness of the province’s 2,751 religious sites also bears witness to this heritage.

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Admire the religious patrimony © TQ/Julien, Michel

Discover Montréal’s architecture

Québec features an eclectic range of architecture. In Montréal, both its French and English roots are well represented. The city was reshaped in the 1960s by noted architects of the day, including Mies van der Rohe.

Discover Québec’s architecture
Discover Montréal’s architecture © TQ/Rider, André

Take the Steeple Route

If you were moved by the city’s grand churches, set off on the Steeple Route, which will take you to several patrimonial treasures, including a church made entirely of wood.

Explore our churches
Take the Steeple Route © TQ/Quenneville, André

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