Around 1450, a group of St. Lawrence Iroquoians settled on a mound not far from the La Guerre River, in the present-day municipality of Saint-Anicet. Five centuries later, the farmer François Droulers discovered a small axe in one of his fields. This fortuitous discovery led to archaeological digs that brought to light the remains and artifacts (about 500,000!) of the largest Iroquoian village ever discovered in Quebec.
Only 75 km from Montreal, the Droulers-Tsiionhiakwatha Archaeological Site Interpretation Centre highlights these remarkable traces and invites you to enter the faithful reconstruction of longhouses. A visit as exciting as it is unmissable.Web Site