Virtual tour en Chaudières-Appalaches

Located south of the St. Lawrence River and north of the Appalachians, the Chaudière-Appalaches has a population of about 420,000 inhabitants. Lévis, the most densely populated city and the economic hub of the region, is connected to the Old Capital via the Québec and Pierre-Laporte Bridges, and via a ferry boat.

The outstanding architectural heritage of the Chaudière-Appalaches comprises about 15 churches listed as historic monuments along with five remarkable mills. Erected in 1799, the Moulin du domaine-de-Lotbinière, in Lotbinière, is an imposing stone watermill. The 'Beaumont Mill', named after the municipality where it was built in 1821, is a Canadian style structure sitting over a ravine. Let's not forget the Seigneurie des Aulnaies, a vast estate with a magnificent Regency style manor that dates back to 1853, and the Manoir Joly-De Lotbinière, a sumptuous neoclassical style mansion built in 1851 in Sainte-Croix.

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12 Rue Ronsard,<br/>Desjardins (Lévis) (Lévis)
25 Ch. du Loup,<br/>Saint-Côme/Linière
250 2e Avenue,<br/>Lac-Etchemin
260 - 262 Rue Principale,<br/>Sainte-Justine
2145 24e Rue,<br/>Saint-Prosper
125 Route de la Grande-Ligne,<br/>Saint-Louis-de-Gonzague
238 Rue de la Chapelle,<br/>Lac-Poulin
213 Route du Lac-Algonquin,<br/>Sainte-Rose-de-Watford
17085 Boul. Lacroix,<br/>Saint-Georges (Beauce)
237 34e Rue,<br/>Notre-Dame-des-Pins