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Basilica of Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré – Québec City Region (Part 3)
Picking up from where I left off with part 1 here and part 2 here – I crossed the street from the main Basilica and decided to explore the two historic chapels directly across the road. If you look closely you can see their two steeples on the lower left of this shot.
The buildings are replicas of older churches built on this site dating back as far as 1676.
The doors on both were not much to write home about.
But the older of the two buildings had a somewhat more elaborately decorated interior that was worth exploring.
The most interesting door in the bunch may well have been the one on this old utility building beside the older chapel.
With its peaceful pale blue ceilings and gold trim the interior of the older chapel really stole the show for me.
Under normal circumstance I’d have stopped there but there was one more door to a small art gallery that I had noticed just up the street.
In fact it kinda felt like there were eyes watching me….
I’m just glad I took the time to investigate, regardless of who saw who first 😉
As always, thanks so much for reading 🙂
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