Auberge Le Saint-Gabriel

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Coordinates: 45°31′N 73°33′W / 45.51°N 73.55°W / 45.51; -73.55 Auberge Le Saint-Gabriel (Auberge Saint-Gabriel) is the oldest inn in North America. It is located in Old Montreal, Canada, and was established in 1754. It also was the first establishment to have an alcohol license issued, in 1754. It is allegedly haunted by the ghost of a 19th-century girl who died in a fire.[1]


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