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Moving Where the River Narrows in Quebec. Quebec, one of the oldest cities in North America, gained it's name from the Native American translation, meaning where the river narrows. The Saint Lawrence River marks the city first, allowing citizens to trace back the historical and cultural aspects of the town. While Quebec continues to thrive today from it's rich origins, the historical significance of the area also develops a strong tie to those in Canada.

Quebec was inhabited by Native Americans for thousands of years and settled by Samuel de Champlain in 1608, after being inhabited by the French from the early 1500s. Many that referred to Canada pointed specifically to the development of Quebec because of the first markings in this area. The early settlement of the area quickly established historical sites and older architecture that is still looked at today. This includes the UNESCO historical site of the historical district of Old Quebec. The marks of history and culture that thrive in the area today leave many spectacles and cultural discoveries that continue to reside in the city.

The development over years from Quebec has also allowed the area to move into neighborhoods and establishments in various areas. It is currently divided by five boroughs, including the historical neighborhood at the central area. These are divided by the location of the river as well as bridges that unite the different sections of the area. They are also divided by commerce areas as well as the central government, which creates the most landmarks in the region. The supporting arts link directly back to the historical significance of this city.

Moving back to the lineage of Canada and North America develops in Quebec. The historical significance and the movement into the areas from this time have established a strong connection to both past and modern times. The progressions from this time allow one to enjoy the richness of history and culture in one region.
Average price in Quebec City
$270,159
Average price per  sq.feet  $1,879
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$1,110
Average price per  sq.feet  $1.28
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27 Rue Oslo, Dollard Des Ormeaux, H9a 2h6
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27 Rue Oslo, Dollard Des Ormeaux, H9a 2h6
$368,000
Dollard-des-ormeaux - 2 bathrooms
Great investment! $60000 under city evaluation. Spacious cottage in prime location, close to all amenities. 4 bedrooms, 2 and1/2 baths, finished basement. Put your offer today!.
2 Rooms Flat For Sale In La Cité Limoilou Québec
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2 Rooms Flat For Sale In La Cité Limoilou Québec
$688,000
La Cité-Limoilou (Québec) (380 Grande Allée O. 2006) - Apartment - 147 sq.feet - 2 bedrooms - 1 bathroom
Elegant two-story penthouse apartement with phenomenal views of the city, the mountains and the sunset! You will appreciate the bright and comfortable living space of this 1,584 sq. Ft. Unit with its...
1 Rooms Flat For Sale In Le Plateau Mont Royal Montréal
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1 Rooms Flat For Sale In Le Plateau Mont Royal Montréal
$480,000
Le Plateau-Mont-Royal (Montréal) (3893 Boul. St-laurent) - Apartment - 111 sq.feet - 1 bedroom
Balcony of the kitchen for summer diners and a beautiful rooftop terrace with panoramic views of the city...
2 Rooms Flat For Sale In Ville Marie Montréal
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2 Rooms Flat For Sale In Ville Marie Montréal
$828,000
Ville-Marie (Montréal) (1288 Av. Des Canadiens-de-montréal 3301) - Apartment - 74 sq.feet - 2 bedrooms
Amazing condo with 2bed 2baths in the tour des canadiens on the 33rd floor with spectacular city and pont jacques cartier views with a very large balcony. The only condo project offering...
2 Rooms Flat For Sale In Ville Marie Montréal
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2 Rooms Flat For Sale In Ville Marie Montréal
$839,000
Ville-Marie (Montréal) (1000 Rue De La Commune E. 622) - Apartment - 144 sq.feet - 2 bedrooms - 2 bathrooms
Area of montreal's scenic old montreal lies one of the city's most distinctive and histo...