Lieu historique national du Canada du chantier A.C. Davie, Levis

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  • Try to find the time to go here for the guided tour. The history of this place is just amazing as it is the oldest fortifications in Quebec city.  more »
  • I learned a lot about the history of these businessmen who have worked in the field of repair and shipbuilding in Lévis. The tour of the House is passable. It deserves a historic restoration. This is the stable information and artifacts are presented by a guide. Do you know that she's a woman who for 14 years has managed the dockyard? Go ahead, it's worth the trip. A voluntary contribution of $5 is suggested.
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  • For lovers of history and shipbuilding, this small museum you will discover the history of the Maritime Davie shipyard in Lévis. Free visit to stroll through a rich memories of a past or the Quebec region was a centre of shipbuilding
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  • Nice place to relax with beautiful view of Quebec
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  • Little to see.
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