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civilisation 2005
       
       
 
Pavillon François-Ranvoyzé, the public chapel The Pavillon Camille-Roy
The Vieux Séminaire and the School of Architecture The Pavillon Jérôme-Demers
The Pavillon Jean-Olivier-Briand CAPSULE: Ingenuity and innovation
 
 

The Pavillon Jérôme-Demers

The Pavillon Jérome-Demers was designed by Charles Baillairgé and built in 1855. Until 1888 it was a residence for students of Laval University, and then, until 1978, the home of the Sœurs Dominicaines de l’Enfant-Jésus, whose vocation was to serve the Seminary priests. In 1983, the building became the Musée du Séminaire de Québec. In 1993 the building again changed vocations, becoming the Musée de l’Amérique française. It merged with the Musée de la civilisation two years later. Today it houses the permanent exhibition: Séminaire de Québec, Wisdom and Works.

 

Aile de la Procure and the Pavillon Jérôme-Demers
Aile de la Procure and the Pavillon Jérôme-Demers
Musée de la civilisation, Archives du Séminaire de Québec, PH1999-1067





 
Photo couleur de la lanterne du Pavillon Camille-Roy Plan de la lanterne