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  • Notre-Dame Basilica, Montreal

    Notre-Dame Basilica

    This Gothic Revival basilica is one of the Montreal's most remarkable sights. It is decorated with beautiful wood carvings.

  • St Patrick’s Basilica Montreal, Montreal

    St Patrick’s Basilica Montreal

    This Roman Catholic basilica is dedicated to St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. It was built by Irish immigrants.

  • Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours, Montreal

    Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours

    It is one of the oldest churches in the Montreal. It was built in 1771. Its nickname is Sailors' Church.

  • Biodome, Montreal

    Biodome

    This museum offers rain forest, the Arctic Circle, rolling woodlands or raw Atlantic oceanfront in one building.

  • Jacques-Cartier Plaza, Montreal

    Jacques-Cartier Plaza

    This street is named after Jacques Cartier, one of the discoverers of Canada. Public artists often perform here.

  • Botanical Garden Montreal, Montreal

    Botanical Garden Montreal

    This large botanical garden lies on 190 acres and it offers wide range of thematic gardens and greenhouses.

  • Illuminated Crowd, Montreal

    Illuminated Crowd

    This large public art sculpture made of polyester is really remarkable. It caused a lot of controversy among Montrealers.

  • Montreal City Hall, Montreal

    Montreal City Hall

    This building is built in the Second Empire style. It is famous for Charles de Gaulle's speech from its balcony.

  • Marché Bonsecours Shopping Center, Montreal

    Marché Bonsecours Shopping Center

    This shopping center is located in the former Canadian parliament building. It offers wide range of boutiques and restaurants.

  • Montreal Science Centre, Montreal

    Montreal Science Centre

    This science center offers a wide range of interactive exhibitions. There is also an IMAX cinema in the center.

  • Olympic Stadium Montreal, Montreal

    Olympic Stadium Montreal

    This multi-purpose stadium was built for 1976 Olympic games. The Tower of Montreal is part of this stadium.

  • Place des Arts Centre, Montreal

    Place des Arts Centre

    This complex of building offers lots of entertainment. There are 5 theatres hosting various performances such as ballet and opera.

  • La Ronde Amusement Park, Montreal

    La Ronde Amusement Park

    This amusement park is member of famous Six Flags group. You can enjoy crazy roller coasters as well as some more peaceful attractions.

  • Mount Royal Park, Montreal

    Mount Royal Park

    This mountain park offers wonderful view of the city of Montreal. The park was designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, designer of New York's Central Par­k.

  • Biosphere, Montreal

    Biosphere

    This unique environmental museum was built for Expo 1967. It presents exhibitions about the major environmental issues.

  • St. Joseph's Oratory, Montreal

    St. Joseph's Oratory

    This magnificent oratory is dedicated to St. Joseph who is Canada's patron saint. It is built in the Italian Renaissance style.

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