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Saint-Georges-de-Windsor was founded in 1861 and is a small rural community located between Asbestos and Sherbrooke. Characterized by its hilly countryside, the region is worth visiting. On Route 249, between Saint-Georges and Windsor, you will find a panoramic lookout in the shape of a cow. On a clear day, you can see seven church steeples from it. The Catholic Church, built in 1870, is the only one in Quebec to have a statue of each of the 12 Apostles. Saint-Georges residents pride themselves on the quality of their cheese. Nothing beats the taste of the “petit lait” cheese at the family-run Proulx cheese factory, established in the early 1900s.