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1902 – Ursuline Chapel, Quebec City, Quebec

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More celebrated for its interior than its relatively simple exterior. One of the most beautiful ensembles of sculpted wood that exists in the province of Québec is found at the Ursuline chapel. The objects were created by Pierre-Noël Levasseur between 1723 and 1739 and were transferred to the present-day chapel, which was constructed in 1902.

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