Située dans l'arrondissement historique du Vieux-Québec, qui a été classé patrimoine mondial en 1985 par l' Unesco, la Place-Royale, dont la SODEC est propriétaire de 26 immeubles, est délimitée par la rue Saint-Pierre, la côte de la Montagne et la rue du Petit-Champlain.
Place-Royale is one of the most eloquent witnesses to Québec’s French origins. This lively public square was the city’s commercial hub until the mid-19th century. Hundreds of thousands of people visit it each year to experience the faithfully recreated atmosphere of New France.
The historic district was established following public debates from 1945 to 1965, concerning the preservation of Old Quebec and the restoration of Place Royale. The historic district of Old Quebec is a UNESCO World Heritage List since 1985. The district was established by the National Assembly of Quebec on July 10, 1963 after an amendment to ...
- 1985 (9th session)
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Historic district housing Quebec's first home. ... Place Royale is accessible by Notre-Dame street, Pains Bénits street and by de la Place alley. 46.81209399999999 ...
Pointe-à-Callière Museum ( French: Musée Pointe-à-Callière) is a museum of archaeology and history in Old Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It was founded in 1992 as part of celebrations to mark Montreal's 350th birthday. The museum has collections of artifacts from the First Nations of the Montreal region that illustrate how various cultures ...
- Old Montreal, Ville-Marie, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
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Place Royale 4.5 1,927 reviews #4 of 250 things to do in Quebec City Neighborhoods • Points of Interest & Landmarks • Historic Walking Areas Visit website Call Email Write a review About This famous town plaza is the heart of historic Lower Town and has been an important social center since the city's founding. Suggested duration 2-3 hours
- 2-4 Rue des Pains Benits, Quebec City