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The brainchild of Québécois visionary Robert Lepage, this colossal multimedia projection, beamed onto a long row of oversized grain silos along the Vieux-Port waterfront, is one of Québec City’s most unique events. Starting just past sundown six days a week in summer, a mix of silent film and still images explores the region’s history, accompanied by music. Initiated as part of Québec City’s 400th anniversary celebrations, the projections were enhanced with 3D in 2011 and have been extended until at least summer 2013. They’re large enough to be viewed for free from many points in town, but if you want a front-row seat, $15 will get you a reserved spot behind the Espace 400 pavilion.