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Église Saint-Jean-Baptiste, Vue de la Chaire, Québec, Canada
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Église Saint-Jean-Baptiste, Vue de la Chaire, Québec, Canada

Bâtie durant les années 1880 dans le style second-empire, l'église Saint-Jean-Baptiste, qui donne son nom à l'ensemble de la paroisse, est nommée en l'honneur de saint Jean-Baptiste, le cousin de Jésus-Christ et le saint-patron des Canadiens-Français.

L'église Saint-Jean-Baptiste, d'une grande richesse patrimoniale, a été classée monument historique par le Ministère de la culture du Québec. Ses grandes orgues romantiques Déry-Casavant ont été classées bien culturel par le Ministère de la Culture.

http://www.saintjeanbaptiste.org/eglise-saint-jean-baptiste

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