Site Historique National de Paspébiac
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Site Historique National de Paspébiac 

76, rue du Banc
Paspébiac (Qc), Canada
G0C 2K0
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The Paspébiac National Historic Site is the birthplace of the Robin and Le Boutillier Brothers companies. In the 19th century, Paspébiac was one of the largest export ports for dried cod in the world! You are sure to be impressed by the Le Boutillier warehouse, one of the largest fishing buildings ever built in North America. This five-storey wooden structure is the crown jewel of this unique historic site, which has been recognized by the Québec and Canadian governments. Photo credit: Nelson Boisvert, 2020

76, rue du Banc
Paspébiac (Qc), Canada
G0C 2K0

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