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Saint-René-Goupil Church


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Building's name

Saint-René-Goupil Church


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Location / address
4251 du Parc-René-Goupil Street
Montréal
Quebec, Canada

  Bus : 41, 139

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Borough Villeray / Saint-Michel
Arrondissement Villeray­Saint-Michel­Parc-Extension
Centre de l'Île

1 floors(overground)

Beginning of construction
1963

Year of completion
1964

Building type

Church

Last update:
2016-12-02

CodeIMTL 8401



Saint-René-Goupil Church

Picture Alexis Hamel 2012


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