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Art, Nature and Heritage

Point de vue du chemin St-Armand

Mount Pinnacle, as seen from St-Armand Road.

Point de vue du chemin du Verger Modèle

The Elementary School and Catholic Church, as seen from Verger Modèle Road.

Mount Pinnacle, as seen from chemin de la poste de Boston.

Recognized as one of “The Most Beautiful Villages in Québec”, Frelighsburg is a classic Loyalist settlement that blends historic charm with a vibrant and active community that includes many artists. Nestled in a rich apple-growing valley on the Pike River and at the foot of Pinnacle, Frelighsburg is home to a well-preserved architectural heritage in a superb natural setting.
Originally occupied by native Abenakis, Frelighsburg was settled in the late 1790s by American Loyalists, including Abram Freligh a physician of German origin who moved from New York state.The mill built by his son in 1839, along with several other historic 19th century buildings, are considered historic monuments.
Enjoy the charm of the historic village, visit local artists, taste
renowned locally-produced specialty food products while savouring the spectacular views and abundance of nature that makes Frelighsburg shine in any season.
We invite you to explore, enjoy and discover...

Population : 1028 inhabitants.

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