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Manoir-Papineau - Treasured Heritage in La Petite-Nation

Located in Montebello, halfway between Hull/Ottawa and Montréal, the Manoir Papineau National Historic Site represents one of the most treasured heritage locations in the area surrounding La Petite-Nation and in the greater Ottawa River region.

The Site has been designed primarily to commemorate Louis-Joseph Papineau, the man who was to become a leading figure in Canadian politics during the 19th century. The Site is also designed to showcase the manor house and domain of "Monte-Bello", the impressive work of architecture designed and given form by Louis-Joseph Papineau.

Wave Wave
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The Hill - Trailer The Hill - Trailer
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Soldier for a day! Soldier for a day!
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Treasures to preserve Treasures to preserve
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HMCS Haida HMCS Haida
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A sense of place A sense of place
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2010 Arctic Surveys 2010 Arctic Surveys
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Fort Langley Louis S. St. Laurent
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Fort George Fort George
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Coteau-du-Lac Coteau-du-Lac
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Fort Langley Fort Langley
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Louisbourg Louisbourg
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