Grande Allée

Neighborhood Names, Part I

In the spring of 1756, the port city of Brest, France, hosted a handful of senior French army officers: Lévis, Senezergues, Bougainville, Bourlamaque, Montcalm. They were there to organize and accompany the massive force being sent to North America. War was on again with the British, and they were needed across the ocean for the […]

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Day and Night

The mansion at number 575 Grande Allée captures attention day and night. In the light of day, you notice an eclectic combination of architectural features: on one side, a Tudor gable, with dark wooden timbers; on the other, a squat, conical tower, held up by Corinthian columns. The main entrance is sheltered by a recessed

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