Trip 6: CANADIAN HOLIDAY in May 2008: Quebec City: Post 14


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I wish to share a little more on our trip through Eastern Canada in Quebec City. Quebec is a province in the eastern part of Canada. It is the only Canadian province with a predominantly French-speaking population and the only one whose sole official language is French at the provincial level. Quebec City is beautiful, full of history and old buildings. Here are some photographs.

View from the  funicular railway in the Old Quebec  (see the website)

Ken & Harriet around some street sculptures  of Aboriginal tribal members ….

…… A beautiful stone arch in as  part of a  beautiful old stone  building. However did they

ever build stone arches like these before the advent of machinery? ……

Quebec in January 2009 = Winter  …. I was sent these photos  by Mandy, a cousin of mine, in 2009. She was sent them by a good friend in Quebec who they got to know really well when she and Gary, her husband lived and worked in Canada for several years earlier than this time. See the Blog Site on Quebec in January 2009 for more  photos.


See the next post:

19. OUR CANADIAN HOLIDAY in May 2008:  the Diner we went to on Prince Edward Island: Post  15