Samuel de Chaplain established Quebec City in 1608 making it the first permanent European settlement in Canada. King Louis XIV of France made Quebec Region a royal provenience in 1663. In 1759 British captured Quebec City in the French and Indian war. In 1763 Britain took over Quebec. Today we went up to Quebec to take part in the celebration of that battle with Military Heritage History Day in Quebec City. One may wonder why a city which is proud of there French Roots actually celebrates it's defeat? Me too - or maybe I got something wrong. Quebec is the largest Provence in Canada with a population of 7,138,795. The capital of Quebec is Quebec City. Families a kids had to arrange in the original battle formation of that time. We also got some accessories. At the end they decided that no side had won in contrast to the historic result.
Greetings from the North