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    Old Montreal

    The historic city center is rich in museums, shops, restaurants and grey stone architecture spread out along narrow, cobblestone streets. It is also home to the Vieux Port ...

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    110 Rue Notre-Dame O

    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 ...

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    333 Rue de la Commune O

    With a transformation that started with Expo 67, Montreal's Old Port area has gone from an eyesore to a spectacular year-round playground for residents and tourists alike. Winter ...

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    160 Chemin du Tour-de-l'Îsle

    This museum and exhibition hall is dedicated to raising environmental and ecological awareness among its visitors. Housed in the world's largest geodesic dome, which ...

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    4777 Avenue Pierre-de-Coubertin

    Montreal Biodôme is a science center and ecological zoo that is home to four distinct ecosystems. You will find a lush Tropical Forest, the temperate Laurentian Forest, the ...

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    3800 Chemin Queen Mary

    L'oratoire St Joseph du Mont Royal (St. Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal) is recognized as one of the great spiritual centers of the world and attracts more than two million ...

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    1260 Chemin Remembrance

    Frederick Law Olmsted, of Central Park fame, designed this park. It is easy to forget that you are in the middle of a huge metropolis when walking or cross-country skiing on the park's many well ...

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    977 Rue Ste-Catherine O

    This venerable department store has been a favorite among shoppers in Quebec City since 1840 and is now in Montreal. With 27,500 square meters (90,000 square feet) of retail ...

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    Saint Catherine Street East

    Located partially in the Latin Quarter , The Village is one of the largest gay neighborhoods in North America. Although known mostly for its wild nightlife, the area ...

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    4275 Rue St-Denis

    One of few dessert-oriented restaurants in the area, this bright, airy cafe hosts a boisterous crowd all day and night. Pies are the order of the day, and you can wash them ...