Old Longueuil

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Old Longueuil (French: Vieux-Longueuil) is a historic neighbourhood located in the borough of the same name, in the city of Longueuil, Quebec, Canada.

St-Charles street in Old Longueuil

There is no universal definition of what exactly constitute the Old Longueuil neighborhood but it invariably includes at least the territory corresponding to the pre-1961 city of Longueuil.

Old Longueuil, was named a heritage district by the city in 1993, and features 450 buildings built before 1945.[1] Many historic buildings are found in this district, such as the Co-Cathedral of Saint-Antoine-de-Padoue, the ruins of Fort Longueuil,[2] and Saint Mark's Anglican Church. Rue Saint-Charles is the main street in this neighbourhood and features many small businesses, among them restaurants, bars, and corner stores. The borough hall of Le Vieux-Longueuil borough is also in the neighbourhood.



  1. ^ LINTEAU, Paul-AndreÉ; Claire Poitras. "Longueuil: Cityscape". The Canadian Encyclopedia. Historica Canada. Retrieved 2008-12-29. 
  2. ^ Fort Longueuil. Canadian Register of Historic Places. Retrieved 7 April 2012.

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Coordinates: 45°32′15″N 73°30′40″W / 45.5374°N 73.5112°W / 45.5374; -73.5112