Photographer's Note

This picture (with large version) I've taken in the beginning of this year has just become a relic, unfortunately. Only the carcass of this beautiful building (Armoury) remains, i.e., only the stone walls resisted the flames, last April 4. Fortunately, a great part of historical objects which were inside were recovered.
It is already considered the restoration of the building to an identical one.

We notice that the reconstruction of Quebec City repeats unceasingly during its history. We saw the case of the famous gates, like St-Louis Gate, the Chteau Frontenac also, in the place of the St-Louis Castle.

We could say that Quebec City is like the fabulous bird Phoenix, with the capacity to rise from its own ashes.

Another POV in WS.

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