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Saint-Hyacinthe Travel guide
Saint-Hyacinthe : Michelin's recommendations
Set on the western bank of the Yamaska River, Saint-Hyacinthe has become known as the "agro-industrial technopolis" of Quebec. The province's main college of agriculture is located here, in the heart of a verdant agricultural region. Saint-Hyacinthe is also known for having one of the highest percentages of French-speaking residents in Quebec province.
Tourist attractions Saint-Hyacinthe : Things to see and do
R. Girouard and Bd. Laurier
Erected in 1927, this unusual brick gate with its two towers commemorates the first 11 mayors of Saint-Hyacinthe. It was inaugurated to celebrate the 100th birthday of the Honourable Georges-Casimir Dessaulles, who held the office of mayor from 1868 ..
1900 r. Girouard-Ouest
This elegant, Romanesque-inspired cathedral (inaugurated in 1880) is flanked by 50m/164ft slender stone towers topped by copper steeples. The Neoclassical interior, home to an 1885 Casavant organ, was redecorated in 1942, 1964 and 1999. Ozias Leduc p..