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Even Pope Francis knows very well that a bright summer does not pass without a stay, however brief, in the charming and warm city of Quebec. A got to the President of Air Canada would say. And this year there are more than usual, because until October 10th, the Mosaïcultures will also be installed in the Bois-de-Coulonge Park, and it’s a must-see.

Do you like to be impressed? Do you love showing off Quebec genius and know-how? You will have many of them.

Know immediately that our mosaic cultures are the largest, most masterful and most imposing in the world. Two hundred works done in 20 paintings, brace yourself, with six million live plants. You read that right. Under the direction of m.me Lise Cormier, more than a hundred people have worked in greenhouses and on site to assemble and create these giant pieces depicting amazing scenes, animals and people that will widen your eyes.

Elements that amaze young and old alike. Real masterpieces that we stop, contemplate and move on to, saying to ourselves: “This can’t be”. Yes it can and it is natural too.

YOU WILL THANK ME

It’s outdoors, of course, it’s not expensive, and you and your family will remember this visit for a lifetime.

The non-profit Mosaïcultures du Québec is recognized worldwide and it is not uncommon to meet people from all over the world, experts in the field, who come to admire the exceptional work of this team, which is also supported by around 500 volunteers. Les Mosaïcultures is a love story that has lasted 22 years.

If he did, I wouldn’t be surprised if Pope Francis takes a dip in the Bois de Coulonge Park between pardons. Simple and divinely beautiful, Your Holiness!

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See you tomorrow at the gym…

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