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:: Pictures of Montreal, Canada ::

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Montreal, View of Av McGill-College from Place Ville Marie
Montreal is the second largest city in Canada. It is located in the southwest of the province of Quebec, on the shores of St. Lawrence river. The city is named after Mount Royal, a large hill located in the heart of the city. Montreal is known for unique combination of modern and historical architecture, and cultural diversity. Most popular sight is Old Montreal a historic area with the Old Port, Place Jacques-Cartier, City Hall, the Marche Bonsecours, Place d'Armes, Pointe-a-Calliere Museum, and the Notre-Dame de Montreal Basilica. "City of Festivals" Montreal is a host of International Jazz Festival, Film Festival, Fireworks Festival and breathtaking performances of Cirque du Soleil's.
Place Ville Marie, Montreal
Montreal, View of Av McGill-College from Place Ville Marie
Notre Dame, Montreal
Rue St-Paul looking east
Place Jacques-Cartier - great place to take photo
Corner of Rue St-Paul and Rue Bonsecours
View from Park du Bassin-Bonsecours. This photo is available as a wallpaper
View from Park du Bassin-Bonsecours
Notre Dame de Bon Secours
College Notre Dame view from Mont Royal Westmount
Lac aux Castors (Beaver Lake) on the top of the Mount Royal. This photo is available as a wallpaper
View from Mount Royal
Another photo from Mount Royal
Cathedrale Marie Reine du Monde
Cathedrale Marie Reine du Monde
Cathedrale Christ Church
Musee Redpath, McGill University
Place Jacques-Cartier
Hotel de Ville
One more photo of Place Jacques-Cartier
Night Montreal, Photo from Ile Notre Dame
Notre Dame - night photo
Montreal, Place dArmes. This photo is available as a wallpaper
Hotel de Ville, view from Place Jacques-Cartier
Tour de lHorloge on the left and Casino de Montreal