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20 most apreciated building of Montreal rated by our visitors.
1Maisonneuve public Bath
2The Basilica of Notre-Dame de Montreal
3Maisonneuve Market
4Place d'Armes Hotel
5 Ernest-Cormier Building
6Chateau Dufresne
7St. James Hotel
8St. James United Church
9St-James Theatre
10Bureau de Poste
11Outremont St. Viateur Church
12Bonsecours Market
13Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
14Habitat67
15Sun Life Building
16Le Château Apartements
17St. Joseph's Oratory
18Windsor Train Station
19Clock Tower
20St. Paul's Church of Scotland

Exhibition of pictures about Montreal




Jean Drapeau Park

Jean Drapeau Park (named since 2003) includes the Notre-Dame Island and St. Helene Island. Both islands were the scene of the universal exhibition in 1967. This park is formerly known as the Parc des îles and Terre Des Hommes.

The Notre-Dame Island was created from scratch with stones coming from the excavation of the Metro de Montreal and highway A-15 (Decarie). During the expo, it was strewn with numerous buildings from different countries participating in the exhibition; few remains.

St. Helene Island as it appears now is the union of two islands; St. Helene Island and Round Island (which explains the name of the amusement park), which was connected to the main island in the preparations of Expo 67. The island was named in honour of the wife of Samuel de Champlain. This land served as a military place in 19 th century before it was bought by the city of Montreal to became a public park.

Now Jean Drapeau Park remains a mecca of entertainment with institutions such as La Ronde, Stewart History Museum, The Biosphere, the Montreal Swimming center or the Montreal Casino. The Circuit Gilles Villeneuve also attracts its share of visitors with the annual Grand Prix F1 of Montreal during the month of June. The fireworks in the summers are another attraction that makes this place the most visited park in the city of Montreal.

The two islands are connected together by the Concorde Bridge while the Jacques Cartier Bridge connects the island to St. Helena to shores of the St. Lawrence River.

30 Pictures for this exhibition

Sainte-Hélène island
Fleuve Saint-Laurent
Borough Downtown

2013
5.53 /10 : 496 votes
Sainte-Hélène island
De la Concorde Bridge
de la Concorde
Borough Downtown

2012
6.14 /10 : 384 votes
3 pictures
De la Concorde Bridge
Sainte-Hélène Island
Chemin du tour de l Isle
Borough Downtown

2012
Sainte-Hélène Island
St. Lawrence view from Ste. Helene Island

Borough Downtown

2008
5.29 /10 : 193 votes
St. Lawrence view from Ste. Helene Island
Parkway on Ste. Helene Island

Borough Downtown

2008
5.54 /10 : 354 votes
Parkway on Ste. Helene Island
Gilles Villeneuve Circuit
île Notre-Dame
Borough Downtown

2007
5.43 /10 : 318 votes
6 pictures
Gilles Villeneuve Circuit
Monument sur l'ile notre dame

Borough Downtown

2007
5.68 /10 : 367 votes
Monument sur l'ile notre dame
Garden of Notre-Dame

Borough Downtown

2007
4.58 /10 : 313 votes
Garden of Notre-Dame





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