The 17 historic buildings of L'Orignal



At / Near :

L'Orignal

Language :  

english

Suggested transport :

   foot     

Trail :  

1.62 km

Points of interest :  

17

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Target :  

Everyone

Accessibility :

  • Permanently, the whole year
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Comtés unis de Prescott et Russell


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The 17 historic buildings of L'Orignal

Description


From its beginning, the village of  L'Orignal played an important role in maritime transport, and later benefited from its long wharf and its proximity to Caledonia Springs. Its name is derived from a point called Pointe-à-L'Orignac in 1681, when early voyagers saw moose crossing the river. The 17 historic buildings of L'Orignal invites you to travel in time!

Many of the stately buildings standing today were built during the first half of the 1800s. 

Getting to L'Orignal (route by car)

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  1.  

    1. Court House and Jail (1825)

  2.  

    2. Land Registry Office (1874)

  3.  

    3. St-Jean Baptiste Catholic Church

  4.  

    4. Rectory of the Catholic Church

  5.  

    5. Couvent Notre-Dame-des-Anges

  6.  

    6. Post Office (1826)

  7.  

    7. Proulx House (1885)

  8.  

    8. Châtelain House (1908)

  9.  

    9. Sterling Bank (1908)

  10.  

    10. Poulin House (1913)

  11.  

    11. Former Poulin-Clément Store

  12.  

    12. Former St.Andrews Church

  13.  

    13. Former Manse of St.Andrews

  14.  

    14. Riverest (The Anchorage) (1833)

  15.  

    15. Wharf and Marina (1856)

  16.  

    16. Hôtel Riverview (c.1850)

  17.  

    17. Anglican Church of the Nativity

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