Canada: Quebec By Michael Korfhage, Joel Anderson, 2013

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Designated as a National Historic site of Canada in 1980, the Chateau Frontenac offers stunning views of the Saint Lawrence River. The building was initially constructed as a luxury tourism resort, built in 1893 and designed to host hundreds of guests at once. But perhaps the most famous historic event that took place at the Chateau was a meeting of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Winston Churchill, and Mackenzie King to discuss strategy for World War II. Seeking to capture some of that history in a vintage art style reminiscent of the mid-1900s, Anderson Design Group created a compelling illustration of the Chateau, a vintage travel poster of the building and the surrounding area. To learn more about the Chateau Frontenac and other Canadian historical buildings, check out the Canada Guide.

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