Île d'Orléans

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Île d'Orléans is in Quebec, Canada. It is an island in the Saint Lawrence river, east of Québec City.

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The island is primarily rural, with an attractive pastoral and historical character. It is a National Historic Site of Canada, with over 600 recognized heritage buildings.

Île d'Orléans is the tidal divide of the St. Lawrence, where fresh water begins to mix with the sea.

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The island is joined by a single bridge to the north shore of the St. Lawrence River.

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The island is a popular destination for daytrippers and bicyclists.

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