Gorgeous cathedral and free to access (unlike Notre Dame in Montreal where there is an entry fee of 18 CAD) with the lines you normally find in more northern European cathedrals as opposed of the Portuguese or some Spanish cathedrals for example.
I liked it's simplicity with only some golden adornments around the altar area besides the usual stained glass typically found here.
Quiet, despite being located in the busy part of the old Quebec town and just beautiful.
Absolutely beautiful. Situated at a Place Royale: pictoresque, historic, cobblestone little square where Samuel de Champlain founded New France in 1608. Notre-Dame-des-Victoires is one of the oldest churches in North America. Construction started in 1687 and was completed in 1723.
This is a gorgeous Church in a really great area of Quebec City. It is one of the oldest areas of the city, with a grocery store nearby that is over a hundred years old. The Church sits at a very nice spot in the Upper Town. As you face the Church, the Lower Town can be seen to your left and there are some of the oldest houses in Quebec City to the right.