The French-Canadian city of Quebec is one of the oldest cities in North America, full of history, impressive architecture and breathtaking landscapes overlooking the St. Lawrence River.
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A visit to the eastern Canadian city of Montreal is not complete without experiencing its fascinating art, culture, food and architecture.
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