Notre Dame de Bonsecours Church Tower, Montreal, 1985

Pigment print on archival paper, printed by David Kaufman

Among the oldest surviving churches in the city is Notre Dame de Bonsecours on St. Paul East, also known as the Sailors’ Church, which was built in 1773. The tower with its angels, which look out over the harbour, dates from 1894.

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