This large public art sculpture made of polyester is really remarkable. It
caused a lot of controversy among Montrealers.
This Roman Catholic basilica is dedicated to St. Patrick, the patron saint of
Ireland. It was built by Irish immigrants.
This Gothic Revival basilica is one of the Montreal's most remarkable
sights. It is decorated with beautiful wood carvings.
This building is built in the Second Empire style. It is famous for Charles
de Gaulle's speech from its balcony.
It is one of the oldest churches in the Montreal. It was built in 1771. Its
nickname is Sailors' Church.
This street is named after Jacques Cartier, one of the discoverers of Canada.
Public artists often perform here.
This complex of building offers lots of entertainment. There are 5 theatres
hosting various performances such as ballet and opera.