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More Historic Buildings (and Doors) in L’Assomption, Québec
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As I mentioned in my post last week, the town of L’Assomption in the Lanaudière region northeast of Montréal is celebrating its 300th anniversary this year.
A few weeks back during a break from the constant rain around here we took an afternoon walk through the historic section of town to capture some of their oldest and grandest homes.
Here are some of my favorite shots including this lovely 140 year-old place
and these 200+ year-old stone homes
And this one which is neither old nor grand, but oh how I loved the red and white awnings offset against the red brick facade 🙂
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