Édifice Jean-Antoine-Panet

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Édifice Jean-Antoine-Panet is an 8 floor office tower built in 1931, located in Quebec City, Quebec and is part of the complex of buildings of the Government of Quebec. The Beaux-Arts building was designed by architects Lorenzo Auger, Oscar Beaulé and Raoul Chênevert.

It was named in honour of the first speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada, Jean-Antoine Panet. It originally housed the Quebec Ministry of Agriculture.[1]

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Coordinates: 46°48′32″N 71°12′57″W / 46.8089°N 71.2159°W / 46.8089; -71.2159