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Cathédrale Christ Church
Montréal’s first Anglican bishop had this cathedral built (modeled on a church in Salisbury, England) and it was completed in 1859. The...
Constructed of polyester resin, Raymond Mason’s sculpture of 65 people is one of Montréal’s most photographed pieces of public art. The...
With hardly an inch to spare in its cramped but welcoming galleries, the McCord Museum of Canadian History houses over one million...
House of Jazz
Formerly known as Biddle’s, this mainstream-but-excellent jazz club and restaurant changed names when owner-bassist Charlie Biddle...
Nestled amid a forest of skyscrapers, this Victorian villa has been a Montréal institution since 1949. A few popular dishes include...
11th fl, 688 Rue Sherbrooke Ouest, Montréal · interesting places nearby
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Year-round, accredited intensive and part-time courses in French.