The star-shaped fortress castle is an attraction that I stumbled upon when wandering around in the old city of Quebec City. When I entered the fortress and saw the name on the wall, I knew what the attraction was. I didn't really see the star-shaped fortress. I was only in this city.
Overlooking the star-shaped castle, you can turn around around, and you need to buy tickets to enter. The Queen’s Castle Park next to it is the location of the butler’s cemetery in "Lonely and Brilliant Gods and Ghosts." The star-shaped castle is the largest castle in North America, covering an area of approximately 2.3 square kilometers. It was built by the French in 1745. The British completed the castle in 1850 and regarded it as the focal point of the city's defense system. The castle is also the resident of the 22nd Regiment of the Royal Canadian Army.
Quebec is located on the high ground by the Saint Lawrence River. This military fortress has been built here since the 18th century. A large part of it is still used by Canadian military land. The museum area has a guard handover ceremony at 10 o'clock every morning for visitors. Visit.
I even thought this was the best place to see in Quebec City. But I saw the snowy scenery of the netizens and the blue sky in the summer were beautiful, and I came to a what, my guide had not seen, the wind was covered in fog, and I was very disconcerted. But there are stories here, barracks, weapons, forts, prisons, even troops stationed, and the guide can talk to you about the history of Quebec, quite interesting, introductions plus experience, harvesting the natural difference.
The ancient star-shaped fortress now has garrisons. The fortress that was built to resist the Americans now welcomes a large number of American tourists. Although the history of the fortress is interesting, it is also a great location to see the castle hotel. There is a chance to witness the goat bestowed by the Queen of England.
Preston_Dominguez: 1 Cote De la Citadelle | Cap Diamant, Quebec City, Quebec G1R 3R2
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