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The Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal is the first Neo-Gothic Church in Canada. Known for its grandiose architecture, the Basilica welcomes nearly one million visitors each year. In addition to its religious celebrations and masses, the Basilica offers ...
 
A place of nature, culture and spirituality, Saint Joseph's Oratory welcomes you in the heart of the city. As a world-renowned pilgrimage site, the Oratory welcomes visitors to come discover the many facets of its heritage and an exceptional site. Founded ...
 
Sanctuaire Notre-Dame-du-Cap
It was in 1714 that the small Shrine was built, followed by the beginning of the construction of the Basilica in 1880. The Notre-Dame-du-Cap Shrine is a welcoming haven of peace and a spiritual beacon to its visitors, whether they are pilgrims, tourists ...
 
Abbaye de Saint-Benoit-du-Lac
Discover the beauty of Saint-Benoît-du-Lac Abbey, founded in 1912! Welcoming visitors is a Benedictine tradition, and the abbey church is open year-round for celebrations with Gregorian chant. In order to discover the richness of the monastery and the ...
 
L'Abbaye d'Oka
Abbaye cistercienne d'Oka, founded by French monks at the end of the 19th century, is an abbey nestled in the woods by the lake. The calvary (1740-1742), with seven stone aedicula on the mountain, is the oldest in North America. Located in the middle ...
 
Petite Chapelle de Tadoussac
A national historic site, the Petite Chapelle de Tadoussac, built in 1747, is the oldest wooden church still in existence in North America. The first mass was celebrated here by the Jesuits in 1750. A multimedia projection on the chapel ceiling recounts ...
 
The Russian Orthodox Church of Saint George is a mythical place, bearing witness to the religious diversity of the city of Rouyn-Noranda. Erected in 1957, after two years of construction, this place of worship is an indelible trace of the passage of immigrants ...
 
Nestled in the heart of Old Québec, the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity is the first Anglican cathedral built outside the British Isles. Since 1989, it has been recognized as a place of national historic significance for its historical and architectural ...
 
Museum of Jewish Montreal
The? Museum of Jewish Montreal (MJM) ?is a not-for-profit organization that explores and shares the diverse histories and experiences of Montreal’s Jewish community. Through innovative, multidisciplinary programming, the museum provides an accessible ...
 
Abbaye cistercienne de Mistassini