The attic you will visit is one of many in the Monastery of Quebec. This one is particular, because of its structure and function. Its architecture is an effective proof of the adaptation of French construction to the rigorous climate of New France. It was also in this loft that the nuns stored their personal chests containing everything they possessed upon entering the convent. By putting them in the attic forever, they said goodbye to their secular life. Today, some nuns still have their trunks in this attic. Others simply use it to store their winter coats and blankets, for example.
* The video you will see is a reduced version of the 3D model. The image quality is compressed to suit most devices.