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The Military Chapel inside the King's Bastion Barracks...Fort Louisbourg
The portrait above the altar is the saint-king of France, Louis IX

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In June we travelled by rail from Vancouver (British Columbia) to Montreal (Quebec) where we spent five nights. We then took an overnight train to Moncton (New Brunswick). Next we drove to Prince Edward Island, Cape Breton (Nova Scotia), and flew home from Halifax.
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It was, Wendy...simple and tasteful...keeping in sync with military the distance they were from supplies at "home".


That is a really beautiful chapel. - Wendy


There's never enough time is do all the things you want to do? :)))


The reconstruction left no detail out. Thank you, Faye. We didn't get to see the inside of many buildings as we arrived late and left early the next morning.


It was lovely...and quite amazing when you consider it was the 1700's and hundreds and hundreds of miles from any other settlement. :)


That's impressive, looks nice and light. Thanks Faye


It was very nice, Ardy...quite simple, and filled with light...more like a Lutheran than a Catholic church. Perhaps the locals use it...or small, destination weddings with no guests, Ardy, but it is a bit of a drive out to the "boondocks" from Sydney. ;D


Lovely chapel. I would guess it would be popular for weddings. Thanks, Faye. ♥

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