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Tue, 18 Nov 2008
Three lovely new entries on the brand new Canada page. Enjoy Diddily


          The Notre-Dame-Basilica, Quebec CityWe, myself and my husband, were due to be flying here tomorrow, to spend Christmas with my young friend and her family in Charlesbourg. However things at home became a bit difficult and we have had to call the holiday off. Well I have stopped crying now, but maybe I will spare a few tears for tomorrow.
I have spent many hours looking at all the wonderful pictures and letting my imagination run away with me. I am now going to share some on my thoughts with yourselves. Do enjoy my little visit and of course the stories and songs, also video's that will accompany this web page of Canada.

        There are only three urban centers in North America that have been designated as UNESCO Quebec old cityCultural World Heritage Sites: San Juan, Puerto Rico; Lunenberg, Nova Scotia; and Quebec City which has the further distinction of being the only fortified city north of Mexico. 
The two levels of its historic quarter create quite a different geographic and visual layout from Old Montreal.
The upper plateau was first selected for settlement by the French military in the very early 17th century. High cliffs overlooking the mighty St. Lawrence River provided ideal natural ramparts for fending off enemies.
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