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If you want to see how old Canadians were living in the 17th and 18th centuries...
Historical fort by the river, in the bay of Chambly. Hosts a beer and food festival on Labor day.
Upon arrival at the Fort Chambly National Historic Site, be sure to take in the full expanse of this picturesque site, as it is both magnificent and strategic. From its original wooden fort, which was built in 1665 by the soldiers of the Carignan-Salières Regiment, to the exit of British troops in…
It is one of the best famous places to understand the history of Québec.
c'est un endroit où l'on peut s'assoir et observer la rivière Richelieu et relaxer
The first of Chambly is a beautiful place to visit and learn about the history of Quebec.
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