by Evgeny Lushpin, 2011
Old Quebec is a historic neighborhood in Quebec City. It's comprised of the Upper Town and the Lower Town. You can tell that this place is full of history because of how old the buildings are. These buildings made of cobblestone are well-maintained to preserve the beauty of the neighborhood. From above the staircase, you can see the Lower Town of Old Quebec. The winter lights help illuminate the streets below for people to safely walk on the slippery ground. In the distance, you can see the mountainside and the trees covered in snow. Gaze upon the starry sky from this heritage site of Old Quebec and feel the cold winter breeze touch your face. "Old Quebec" is certainly a great painting to hang on your living room wall.
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