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Seminaire du Quebec

1 cote de la Fabrique, Quebec City, Quebec G1R 3V6, Canada
+1 418-692-3981
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My favorite buildings in the city

My favorite buildings in the city, I think it's actually an architecture school now. You can walk... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
mr_hand
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Dallas, TX
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the buildings are nice

I love walking by there those building are so nice and all around it it is very great to walk... read more

Reviewed 25 January 2017
GinDub
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Quebec City, Canada
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1 cote de la Fabrique, Quebec City, Quebec G1R 3V6, Canada
Downtown Quebec City
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

My favorite buildings in the city, I think it's actually an architecture school now. You can walk around and inside the walls but you can't get into the buildings themselves that I could find.

Thank mr_hand
Reviewed 25 January 2017

I love walking by there those building are so nice and all around it it is very great to walk around there

Thank GinDub
Reviewed 25 November 2016

This is no longer a seminary but I loved the design, even though I was unable to enter the buildings. It is such a classic and must have educated many Jesuit priests, the intellectuals of the Catholic - universal - Church.

Thank Victorianlad
Reviewed 10 November 2016

This Seminary used to be an educational and training center for priest. Nowadays it is a Catholic secondary school and consist out of a number of historical buildings. It is free to walk around them but not to enter.

1  Thank Joop V
Reviewed 14 September 2016

When visiting Quebec City, one must enter into the interior backyard of this building to see the purity of the architectural lines and take some pictures. We can feel the calm and imagine the students in the backyard centuries ago. Great for photography and relaxation....More

1  Thank Voyageurparaffaires
Reviewed 21 September 2015

We were in Quebec on "shore leave" from a cruise ship. We had been to the Montmorency Falls and rode back into town on a city transit bus (#800). We got off the bus near the Citadel and worked our way down hill. Following our...More

1  Thank BoilerMakerBob
Reviewed 21 April 2013

Open the gates and take a look at the Inside court of this historic building sitting next to the Québec Cathedral. It seems to have there forever...one of the first great buildings of the old city

2  Thank LadyfromQuebec
Reviewed 4 September 2012

Enjoyed the tour of this sprawling campus. Orginally a Jesuit school for priest that converted into Catholic boy's school/college after English took over town. There has been an English (protestant)/French (Catholic) tension for centuries. This is located a few feet from Funicular in upper town....More

7  Thank RevDrRobert
Reviewed 23 August 2012

On Sainte Famille Street, you will find the impressive buildings of the Séminaire du Québec. Fonded in 1663 by Mgr de Laval to train priests for nearly 300 years, it is now devoting its efforts to the education of youngsters. Please note that the Seminaire...More

3  Thank ThePerrys_10
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