fort Chambly

  • Posted June 16, 2011 by Claire Viewed 586 times

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Fort Chambly is located at the edge of the Richelieu River, at the foot of the Chambly rapids. Built in 1711, this imposing stone fortification protected New France from a potential British invasion. The fort has resisted the upheavals of history and remains a valued reminder of the French presence in North America.

Restored by Parks Canada, Fort Chambly now houses exhibitions showcasing key moments in the history of New France.

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    • # Olga Helys

      Compositions, détails architecturaux et couleurs
      sont magnifiques
      Les tours sont exceptionnelles
      Merci

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    • # Pauline Wilson Brooks

      Canada does have historical buildings!! Trouble is they are all 'back east'……. ah well - thanks for sharing them with us Claire - maybe one day I will venture over the Rockies, across the prairies and…….

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