The Entrepôt Lebouthillier, near the wharf.
Banc de pêche de Paspébiac (English: Paspébiac fishing bank) is a complex of ten buildings in Paspébiac, Quebec, Canada. The buildings were built between 1783 and 1900 by fishing companies from Jersey.
The Paspébiac fishing bank is situated on
Chaleur Bay, on a dune closing the Paspébiac lagoon in the Gaspé Peninsula.
The Entrepôt Lebouthillier (English: Lebouthillier Warehouse) is the largest building on site. The building is approximately 30 metres (98 ft) tall and is the main symbol of Paspébiac.
Heritage designation [ edit ]
fishing bank was classified as a on July 17, 1981 by the Bien culturel du Québec Ministry of Culture of Quebec. [1 ]
On June 15, 2001, the fishing bank was designated as a
National Historic Site of Canada, recognizing both its architecture and its social, economic and historical importance in the cod fisheries. [2 ]
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Coordinates: 48°1′16.3″N 65°15′15.3″W / 48.021194°N 65.254250°W