Located in the Parc de l'Amérique-Latine, just a few steps from the courthouse, this bust was a gift from the Republic of Uruguay.
José Artigas was the first leader of the movement for the independance of Uruguay.[more]
In the parc de l'Amérique-Latine, this bust was donated by the republic of Cuba.
It represents José Martí, a Cuban writer and patriot from the 19th century. He was one of the leaders in the struggle for Cuba's independance.[more]
This bust is in the Parc de l'Amérique-Latine and was donated by the Republic of Equador.
Often referred to as the Cervantes of America, Equatorian writer Juan Montalvo was a major contributor to Spanish...[more]
Located across from Parliament Hill and unveiled on July 3rd, 2007, it represents a 7-meter high monumental masterpiece. With its 43 water jets and lighting, this fountain is truly beautiful.
The Fontaine de Tourny was donated...[more]
At the corner of côte de la Montagne and rue Notre-Dame in Place-Royale, this 420 square-meter trompe-l'oeil highlights the city's 400-year history.
The Fresque des Québécois also pays tribute to some 15 historical...[more]
This fresco is located at the western end of rue du Petit-Champlain est située, at civic address 104-106. It pays tribute to the city's popular history by highlighting the origins of the Cap-Blanc area as both a harbour and...[more]
Located in the heart of the Québec General Hospital cemetery, the mausoleum contains the remains of General Montcalm in a sarcophagus.
The mausoleuim door is surmounted with the name "Montcalm" and is decorated...[more]
Found in the southwest section of the Hôpital général cemetery, this memorial pays tribute to those who perished during the Seven-Year War (1756-1763) which, originally, pitted England and Austria and Prussia, but...[more]
Located on Place de l'Assemblée-Nationale, the monument is dedicated to the man who was premier of Québec between 1887 and 1892.[more]
Located behind the Parliament building, on rue des Parlementaires, this small pyramid-shaped monument is a reminder that Québec hosted the Parliamentary Conference of the Americas in 1997.[more]
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