Parliament Building

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This is the seat of the Canadian National Assembly of 125 provincial representatives. Erected between 1877 and 1884, the buildings are in the classic 17th century style of Louis XIV, with four wings and an interior court. A 30-minute tour takes visitors through the President's Gallery, National Assembly Chamber, and Legislative Council Chamber. Statues in front of the building commemorate some of the great men in Canadian history: Cartier, de Champlain, de Frontenac, Wolfe and Montcalm. Located at Dufferin and Grand Allee E.

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Quebec, Canada G1A 1A4

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45.42507600, -75.69979200
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(418) 643-7239

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