Trois-Rivieres, Quebec Views

Photos were taken by myself (Hanif)

This city is one of oldest cities in Canada and it is one of the largest cities in the province of Quebec. The name of this city in French language means three rivers and it comes from the fact that the Saint Maurice river is divided into three branches when it joins the Saint Lawrence river.




01-Around Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres.JPG 02-Parc de l'Ile Saint-Quentin.JPG 03-Parc de l'Ile Saint-Quentin.JPG 04-Saint-Quentin Island Park at Trois Rivieres.JPG 05-Parc de l'Ile Saint-Quentin.JPG 06-Parc de l'Ile Saint-Quentin.JPG 07-boulevard du saint-maurice.JPG 08-boulevard du saint-maurice.JPG 09-Saint-Maurice River.JPG 10-Saint-Maurice River-Toris Rivieres.JPG 11-Trail at Parc de l'Ile Saint-Quentin.JPG 12-Saint-Quentin Island Park.JPG 13-Trois Rivieres Nature.JPG 14-aquatic bird.JPG

 15-Trois Rivieres Church.JPG 16-Down town Trois Rivieres.JPG 17-.JPG 18-Trois Rivieres.JPG 19-founders of Trois-Rivieres.JPG 20-The Sieur of Laviolette.JPG 21-Le Port Trois Rivieres.JPG 22-Trois Rivieres Port.JPG 23-Saint Lawrence river.JPG 24-Trois Rivieres Port.JPG 25-Old Trois Rivieres.JPG 26-Old Trois Rivieres.JPG 27-La rue des Ursulines.JPG 28-Old Trois Rivieres.JPG 29-Foundation 1697.JPG 30-Trois-Rivieres.JPG 31-Cannon at Trois Rivieres.JPG 32-Rue Notre-Dame Centre.JPG 33-Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres.JPG 34-.JPG 35-Saint Lawrence River-Trois Rivieres.JPG 36-Trois Rivieres  Downtown.JPG 37-Trois Rivieres  Downtown.JPG 38-The Sieur of Laviolette.JPG

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