Saint-Jean-Baptiste, Quebec City
Rue Saint Jean is the principal street in the district with many independent cafes, bars and specialist grocery stores.
Along with Old Quebec, and Saint-Roch it forms the oldest part of the city. On 28 June 1845 it was the site of the Second 1845 Quebec Fire when the areas was called St. Jean.
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