If you are just reading this post for the first, you may want to catch up by reading; Quebec City #1, Quebec City #2Quebec City #3 and Quebec City #4. 

As we continued to take a look at the grand old buildings in Quebec we stumbled upon the Parliament buildings.


It’s a nice and relaxing place where you can spend an hour or two taking in the peaceful surroundings. The grounds are well manicured and inviting, with many statues in various locations.


Before you get to the Parliament Building, there is a big water fountain which is a great place for photo opportunities.


As I kept walking along the grounds I would come across more statues. The statutes are of the various leaders, now passed on from the Parliament Building. Below is the familiar face of Rene Levesque.


Each statue I’m sure tells a tale of the history of Quebec. I know that Rene Levesque was the leader of the Parti Quebecois.


If you are not a history buff, the grounds were still a lovely place to spend some time.


As a lover of flowers and gardens, I found the gardens quite lovely.

Quebec City

Quebec City

And the architecture was also very interesting, and well detailed. The building looked quite sturdy and I’m sure it has stand tall through many storms.



Stay tuned for more photos on the Parliament Building in Quebec.


Right from the beginning of time there has been leaders in one capacity or another. Even though as we have our earthy leaders here and we highly respect and honor them, as Christians we all have a leader who is much higher. Jesus is our leader, and as Christians we are to be His followers.

Then He said to them, “Follow Me, and I will make you fishers of men.” Matthew 4:19


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