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Sherbrooke Travel guide
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Located on the steep slopes of a valley at the confluence of the Saint-François and Magog Rivers, Sherbrooke is the principal city of the Eastern Townships thanks to its early industrial dominance. The Université de Sherbrooke is located here, and the city serves the mining and agricultural industries in the region. Mt. Bellevue, across the Magog River, is a popular ski center.
Tourist attractions Sherbrooke : Things to see and do
CDN - Sherbrooke J1H 4M5
The area north of the Magog River encompasses some of the oldest industries in Sherbrooke, as well as charming streets lined with large, lovely homes. Numerous Colonial and New England-style mansions lend the quarter a stately appearance, enlivened b..
130. Rue de la Cathédrale CDN - Sherbrooke J1H 4M1
This imposing Gothic Revival structure stands on a hill known as the Marquette Plateau, in the centre of Sherbrooke. Consecrated in 1958, the cathedral was built by Louis-Napoléon Audet, who also designed the basilica at Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré. In th..
241 Rue Dufferin CDN - Sherbrooke J1H 4M3
Housed in a historic structure in downtown Sherbrooke, this museum presents an interesting collection of Quebec art, focusing on the Eastern Townships. Note in particular works by Robert Whale (1805-87), Suzor-Côté (1869-1937) and Wayne Seese (1918-8..