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"National Monument"

The Grande Allée Drill Hall National Historic Site of Canada is located in the city of Quebec, in the province by the same name. Constructed as a military drill hall for the infantry regiment Les Voltigeurs de Québec in 1885, this structure was designed by Eugène-Étienne Taché. The armory is designed in Gothic Revival style of architecture along with some Chateau style influences as well. A fire partially destroyed this National Historic Site of Canada in 2007 and it is in the process of being restored. Several sculptures and monuments line the gardens around the armory as well.
805 Wilfrid-Laurier Avenue East, Quebec City, QC, Canada, G1R 2L3
"National Monument"
The Grande Allée Drill Hall National Historic Site of Canada is located in the city of Quebec, in the province by the same name. Constructed as a military drill hall for the infantry regiment Les Voltigeurs de Québec in 1885, this structure was designed by Eugène-Étienne Taché. The armory is designed in Gothic Revival style of architecture along with some Chateau style influences as well. A fire partially destroyed this National Historic Site of Canada in 2007 and it is in the process of being restored. Several sculptures and monuments line the gardens around the armory as well.
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