Two huge frescoes can be found on the side of buildings in Quebec City. This one is on the way between the lower and upper city.
All during this year, 2014, Prince Edward Island, where I live, has been celebrating the 150th Anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference. At it, in September 1864, the foundation was laid for what was to become Canada in 1867. The September conference was followed by another in Quebec City in November. The two gentlemen from the right side of the fresco which also appear in the photo below are dressed in the clothing of 1864.
A few more artistic details: a painting hanging outside, house signs on the walls, and a quote from inside Sous Le Fort restaurant.
Translation: A good wine is like a kiss, neither should ever be refused.