A historic church built in 1818 known as the Chapelle des Jesuites shows off its beautiful architecture in the sunlight along Rue Dauphine in Old Quebec City, Canada. The architecture is a neo-classical style with the interior of the Chapelle des Jesuites beautifully decorated with its sculpted pine altar, Medard Bourgault's Stations of the Cross and a variety of statues. Stained glass windows are scattered throughout the building, showing off their beauty when the sunlight filters through.
Sunday services are still held at the Chapelle des Jesuites and a mass takes place every Sunday by one of the Jesuit members of the community. Guided tours are available from June until the beginning of September, but many prefer to explore and admire the heritage church on their own. ... continue below the picture...
This heritage church is filled with history and is a quaint chapel to see while visiting Old Quebec in Quebec City, Canada.
Chapelle des Jesuites, Church along Rue Dauphine in Old Quebec, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. UNESCO World Heritage Site.