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Église Chrétienne du Roi des Rois

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Église Chrétienne du Roi des Rois


Other name(s): Saint Paul's Bilingual Church,Union des Églises Baptistes Françaises du Canada

Location / address
3674 Ontario Street East
Montréal
Quebec, Canada


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Borough Hochelaga-Maisonneuve
Arrondissement Mercier­Hochelaga-Maisonneuve
Est de l'Île

1 floors(overground)

Beginning of construction
1910

Year of completion
1911

Building type
Church

Last update:
2011-10-19

CodeIMTL 7511



Église Chrétienne du Roi des Rois

Picture 2011:06


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