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Moulin du Portage, Lotbiniere

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The Moulin du Portage (Portage Mill) is a historical water-powered flour mill in the Chaudière-Appalaches region of the province of Quebec, Canada.

It is classified as a heritage building. It was destroyed by fire in 1988, apart from the stone walls, but was rebuilt according to the original plans and is now used as a performance hall.

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  • Very nice and kind of hidden place. Perfect spot for a picnic or some light fishing.
  • I got married at this place and it was magical
  • Nice place, no cell reception, no wifi
  • What a wonderful place! We closed the season with them for Louis-Jean Cormier's solo performance. We drove no less than 2.5 hours to see him in this absolutely exquisite room. How lucky to share such an intimate moment with an artist. The sound was perfect. Vans and small RVs are accepted to spend the night after a show. The place itself is fabulous, we would have liked to see during the day. Attention, no cellular network and in addition to GPS sends you to the wrong place.
  • That's wonderful! I highly recommend to those who want to do a small expedition or just enjoy. A large area can be rented for events. In summer you can easily enjoy the sunset on the edge of the river. A family place.

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