This is a typical rural Quebec church. The high sloping roof to shed the snow, the low walls to protect against wind, the beautiful stone gathered from neighbouring fields used to build it, and inside some very wonderful wood carvings. The church was built in 1779 and has been modified a bit since then. The roof was painted vermilion in 1950. Some of the carvings date back to 1794 and the vault is one of the most beautiful sculptured in the province. The detail is amazing with the arch containing about 4500 roses. This is a stop worth making if you are in the area.
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