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Chateaux de Frontenac in Quebec, Canada

Chateaux de Frontenac in Quebec, Canada

If you’re going to on a trip to Quebec, Canada, make sure that you visit Chateaux de Frontenac, a grand hotel that stands 54 meters or 177 feet high.

Designated in 1980 as a National Historic Site, this hotel used to be the residence of Quebec’s British colonial governors. It’s considered as the world’s most photographed hotel, primarily because it’s the dominant thing that you will see in the Quebec City skyline. This chateau style hotel was designed by Bruce Price, an American architect.

Don’t miss this place if you’re going to Canada for a vacation.

Image Source: evinmcneal.wordpress.com

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