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Sainte-Cunégonde Church

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Building's name

Sainte-Cunégonde Church


Location / address
2461 Saint-Jacques Street
Montréal
Quebec, Canada

Near Metro station Georges-Vanier

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Borough Saint-Henri / Petite-Bourgogne
Arrondissement Sud-Ouest
Centre de l'Île

4 floors(overground)

Architect

Jean-Omer Marchand  


Year of completion
1906

Building type
Church

Last update:
2013-04-01

CodeIMTL 462



Sainte-Cunégonde Church


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History and facts about this building

Establishment of Sainte-Cunégonde catholic parish : 1874

Architect

Jean-Omer Marchand  

Modifications :
1932:Agrandissement: René Charbonneau



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