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Plains of Abraham

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Lieu d’affrontement des Empires français et anglais en quête d’hégémonie, le parc fût le théâtre de luttes dont l’issue, la Conquête de 1759, a changé le sort de l’Amérique.
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Mathieu & Nathalie
Mathieu & Nathalie
September 05, 2019
We're the big battle happened in the 16's, we're the English beat the French
August 04, 2019
The Plains of Abraham is a historic area within The Battlefields Park ,The land is the site of the Battle of the Plains of Abraham, which took place on 13 September 1759, but hundreds of acres of the fields became used for grazing, housing, and minor industrial structures
February 12, 2019
The Battlefields, a beautiful historic national park
February 07, 2019
Les plaines d'Abraham sont un lieu historique en raison des guerres marquantes qui ont eu lieu là-bas. C'est une belle place pour un pique-nique. The Plains of Abraham are a historic place because of the significant wars that have taken place there. It’s a great place for a picnic. Los Llanos de…
January 15, 2019
Legenday place not to be missed!

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“The building itself is worth seeing. Just by the Plains of Abraham, you need to have a walk in the neighborhood.”
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“Also an easy walking distance but in Lower Town, near Place Royale, and Quartier Petit-Champlain, a quaint area to discover ”
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“The Fairmont Le Château Frontenac, formerly and commonly referred to as the Château Frontenac, is a historic hotel in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. The hotel is situated in Old Quebec, within the historic district's Upper Town. The Chateau Frontenac was designed by Bruce Price, and was built by the Canadian Pacific Railway company. The hotel is presently managed by Fairmont Hotels and Resorts. Opened in 1893, the Châteauesque-styled building is 79.9-metre-tall (262 ft), containing 18 floors. The building's height is furthered, as it is situated at an elevation of 54 m (177 ft).[5] It is one of the first completed grand railway hotels. The hotel was expanded on three occasions, with the last major expansion taking place in 1993. The building was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1981.”
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“Have fun shopping and eating out in Quartier Petit Champlain, Old Quebec. It is a nice area for the architecture. ”
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“This striking fortress on the Plains of Abraham is a museum of military history. While you’re there, make sure to take its stunning views of Old Quebec, the Chateau Frontenac and St. Lawrence river. ”
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