Église de Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade

Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pérade ( Mauricie )

Built in 1855, this church was designed by the Montréal architect Casimir Coursolles, who took his inspiration from the Notre-Dame Church in that city.

The gothic arches, rose windows and two steeples are all hallmarks of the gothic style, imparting to the Sainte-Anne church the feeling of a great cathedral. Every year, thousands of visitors come to the church. Guided tours given during the summer.

201, rue Ste-Anne, C.P. 157, Ste-Anne-de-la-Pérade
G0X 2J0


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Categories: Attractions, Religious buildings and sites

Card created: 05/2013 (last modified: 08/2014)

GPS coordinates: 46°34'20.84"N, 72°12'17.4"W

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(last modified: 08/2014)