Famous landmarks

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Notre-Dame Basilica – Old Montreal
110 Notre-Dame Street West
www.basiliquenddm.org

Its magnificent interior, paintings, sculptures and stained-glass windows belong to Montréal’s religious heritage. Located in the Old Montreal.

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St. Patrick’s Basilica
454 René Lévesque Blvd. West
www.stpatricksmtl.ca

This church’s architecture and decorative elements are remarkable examples of the Gothic Revival style in Canada. Located downtown.

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Casino de Montréal
1, avenue du Casino
www.casinosduquebec.com
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The World trade centre Montréal
www.centredecommercemondial.com

This multipurpose complexe features a spectacular glass-covered promenade with more than 20 boutiques, restaurants, café and service outlets. Located in the Old Montreal.

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Montreal Science Centre
www.montrealsciencecentre.com

Using a very original approach the exciting new exhibitions invite you to experience science and technology. Located in the Old Montreal and Old Port.

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Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Mount Royal
3800 Queen Mary Road
www.saint-joseph.org

Easily identified by its huge dome, this basilica is one of the world’s most visited shrines. Located on the Plateau Mont-Royal.

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Old Port of Montreal
www.oldportofmontreal.com

Neighbouring Old Montréal and the River, this popular site offers a variety of activities year-round.

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