The Huron-Wendat Fresco is located at Place de la Nation, on a wall near the Saint-Charles River, at the intersection of Bastien Boulevard.
The fresco presents animal skins, putting the history of the Huron-Wendat nation in context. They symbolize the union and survival in the respective universes of women and men, through their family, social, commercial activities and relationships,
The Fresco of the Wendat People was inaugurated on October 10, 2008, in the presence of Mr. Jean Besson, Deputy Vice President for International Relations of the Rhône-Alpes Region.
This work is directed by Murale Création and two Huronnes-Wendat, Manon Sioui and Francine Picard.
Around it, you will find the Kabir-Kouba waterfall, the Onywahtehretsih square, two craft shops (Le Petit Huron Moc and Raquettes et Artisanat Gros-Louis) and the Notre-Dame-de-Lorette church.
Access: The Kabir-Kouba waterfall is accessible free of charge. Do not hesitate to visit our website so as not to miss them!
Nearby parking lots:
Tourist welcome office (40, boulevard Bastien)
Phil-Latulippe Sports Complex (150, boulevard des Étudiants)
First Nations Hotel-Museum (5, place de la Rencontre, Wendake) From the First Nations Hotel-Museum, you can follow the moccasin trail to get there. (Reserved for customers of the restaurant La Traite, the hotel or the museum).
The belvedere, accessible via rue Racine, is suitable for people with reduced mobility.