Parc Georges-Painchaud

Lac Saguay ( Laurentides )

Rest area to picnic while admiring a sculpture by Roger Langevin “The big six feet,” and the first dam of Lac-Saguay. Access for launching boats. Route 117 at the entrance of the village, over the bridge.

“The 6 feet tall”, a sculpture by Roger Langevin on Georges Painchaud Park at Lac Saguay, Quebec.

The 2.75 meters fiberglass sculpture personifies the hero of the song. “Knowing how Claude is liked by people of the region where he was born, I wanted the face of my six-foot Grand has a resemblance with him, both physical and internal,” commented Roger Langevin.


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Categories: Attractions, Sports and outdoor activities, Public art, Rest areas, Urban parks

Card created: 10/2014 (last modified: 10/2014)

GPS coordinates: 46°29'38.71"N, 75°8'24.22"W

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(last modified: 10/2014)