#DestinationCanada – For the Religious

#DestinationCanada – For the Religious

#DestinationCanada – For the Religious

Are you thirsty for spiritual enlightenment? Then visit Canada’s Quebec province. Home to the Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré and the Notre-Dame Basilica, these two famous cathedrals receive hundreds of thousands of tourists yearly.

The interior of the Basilica of Sainte Anne de Beaupré. SOURCE: Google

Located in the quiet small town of Sainte-Anne de Beaupré, a major feature of the area surrounding the Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré are discarded crutches said to have once belonged to the several disabled visitors alleged to have been miraculously healed by Saint Anne, the patron saint of Quebec.

The Notre-Dame Basilica at night. SOURCE: Google

The Notre-Dame Basilica too is one attraction many tourists would want to visit. Regal in looks (stained-glass windows and ornate wood carvings) and with twin towers and neo-Gothic façades that are masterpieces to behold, this Basilica was founded in 1647. The present-day structure was built in 1829.

The interior of the Notre-Dame Basilica. SOURCE: Google

Whether it is to commune with God or admire the aesthetics of both Basilicas, we suggest you pack your bags and head to Quebec. Drucker Immigration Services can help you apply for a tourist visa as you plan for your summer vacation. Let’s get you started right away; send us an email at info@druckerimmigration.ca

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