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No. 39 Quebec City

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No, it’s not as hip as its cross-country
World’s Best City rival, Vancouver (No. 27), but Quebec City has always placed
more importance on tradition, anyway. And let’s be honest, there’s something
comforting about this city’s stately demeanor, its resolute Francophone-ness,
and its historic buildings, like the 1890’s-era Château
Frontenac
.

World's Best Cities 2011

No. 39 Quebec City

No, it’s not as hip as its cross-country
World’s Best City rival, Vancouver (No. 27), but Quebec City has always placed
more importance on tradition, anyway. And let’s be honest, there’s something
comforting about this city’s stately demeanor, its resolute Francophone-ness,
and its historic buildings, like the 1890’s-era Château
Frontenac
.

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