History and facts
The Jamaica pavilion is one of the few building that still stand after Expo 67. This building is located not far from the Casino de Montreal.
George F. Eber
Constructor and other companies involved in construction:
Blauer, Horvath & Associates, Bryan Elliott Limited
M. A. Mathieu
Île Notre-Dame Area
This building is located in the «Secteur de valeur patrimoniale exceptionnelle Île Notre-Dame» AKA : "Area of outstanding heritage value Notre-Dame Island".
This pavilion was built for the 1967 Universal Exhibition which had the theme Man and his world. The City of Montreal then created from scratch the Ile Notre-Dame Island and made great development on St. Helene Island with among others the extension of the island to connect with Round Island. The Expo was a success with over 50 million visitors.
Works cited, references and bibliography
Patrimoine en devenir: l'architecture moderne du Québec
Sur les traces du Montréal Moderne et du domaine de L’Estérel au Québec.
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