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Bas de l'escalier du Mess des sous-officiers de la Citadelle de Québec
Province du Quebec

Le Mess des sergents et adjudants est installé depuis 1951 dans l'ancienne redoute Jebb.  L'entrée donne sur un bel escalier et laisse découvrir le portrait du commandant (CNDT) et du sergent major régimentaire (SMR) de la Citadelle en poste depuis juin 2010.

Copyright: Vincent royer
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Chargée: 21/06/2010
Mis à jour: 27/06/2014
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