Virtual tour en Mauricie

Midway between Montréal and Québec City, the Mauricie has a population of about 267,000 inhabitants.

The Saint-Maurice River, formerly used for floating logs, crosses the region from north to south. Trois-Rivières, the capital of the region, is located nearby the St. Lawrence River. This dynamic city benefits from a university, an attractive cultural life, and a lively downtown area with a rich heritage. Indeed, a sector of Old Trois-Rivières is listed among the Québec Cultural Heritage for its examples of New France architecture dating back to the 18th century.

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1510 Rue de la Colline,<br/>Shawinigan (Saint-Jean-des-Piles)
413 Rue des Vétérans,<br/>Trois-Rivières (Cap-de-la-Madeleine)
12054 Rue Notre-Dame O., app.1,<br/>Trois-Rivières (Pointe-du-Lac)
156 - 158 Av. Dalcourt,<br/>Louiseville
11 Rue Omer-Fortin,<br/>Trois-Rivières (Sainte-Marthe-du-Cap)
125 Rue Perreault, app.202,<br/>Trois-Rivières (Cap-de-la-Madeleine)
80 Ch. du Domaine-St-Maurice,<br/>Shawinigan (Sainte-Flore-de-Grand-Mère)
1300 Av. des Draveurs, app.204,<br/>Trois-Rivières
1300 Av. des Draveurs, app.108,<br/>Trois-Rivières