Notre-Dame's twin towers have served as an Old Montreal landmark since the Neo-Gothic basilica was finished in 1829. ... More
Notre-Dame's twin towers have served as an Old Montreal landmark since the Neo-Gothic basilica was finished in 1829. Today they continue to be the focal point, where tourists disgorge from buses and calèche drivers line up for passengers. The interior glows with gilded statuary and gold-leafed fleurs de lys, and is home to one of the largest pipe organs in the world. The Montreal Symphony Orchestra performs its Christmas production of Messiah here at the Basilique Notre-Dame de Montreal or the Notre-Dame Basilica.
This church, designed by Quebec architect Victor Bourgeau and built between 1870 and 1894, is an exact one third replica
of St Peter's Basilica in Rome. Set among the bleak skyscrapers of downtown, it makes a particularly striking sight. ...
Climbing the 387 steps to the top of this masterpiece is well worth the effort for the spectacular view. Construction
of the first great Gothic cathedral began in 1163 and was largely completed by 1212. The rebuilding of the ...
Located at one of the busiest intersections in the city, this international Tourist Information Center serves as a one stop
facility for visitors. Here you can get tourist information on everything from travel planning, hotel reservations and car rentals ...