Artillery Park

Artillery Park

This military installation has a 250-year history that began with its construction by the French, who used it as their military headquarters in the mid-eighteenth century, and continued through its transformation into an ammunition factory during the Second World War. Today, it’s an interpretation center that houses an intricate scale model of the city in the 1800s.

 

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