Place D'Youville

Place D'Youville

Public Plaza · Quebec City, Quebec


Place D’Youville is a public square in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. It is located on Rue Saint-Jean where it meets the walls of Old Quebec. It marks the boundary between Parliament Hill and Old Quebec and is named in honor of Marie-Marguerite d'Youville. Part of the square is transformed into a skating rink during winter months, and to its west is the sculpture "The Muses" by Alfred Laliberté, donated by the Government of Quebec for the 375th anniversary of the city in 1983.

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