Category:Laurier House

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National Historic Site of Canada

English: Laurier House National Historic Site of Canada is a large Second Empire house on a residential lot situated on the northwest corner of Laurier and Chapel Streets in Ottawa's Sandy Hill East Heritage District. It is the former residence of Canadian prime ministers Wilfrid Laurier and Mackenzie King.
Français : Le lieu historique national du Canada de la Maison Laurier est une grande maison de style Second Empire située sur un lot résidentiel, au coin nord-ouest des rues Laurier et Chapel, dans le quartier historique de la Côte-de-Sable Est, à Ottawa.
Laurier House 
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Instance of house,
historic house museum,
National Historic Site Administered by Parks Canada
Part of Laurier-Wilbrod Heritage Conservation District
LocationOttawa, Ontario, Canada
Located at street address
  • Laurier Avenue (335, east)
Architectural style
Owned by
Heritage designation
Significant event
official website
Authority control

45° 25′ 39.72″ N, 75° 40′ 40.44″ W

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