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Alma Street, Montreal

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1879 : Opening year of this street or name change

Former name of this street : Monongahéla

Boroughs / districts where theses pictures where taken : La Petite-Patrie

CODEIMTL 3989 : Last update of this page 2010-04-14 | 4809 hits on this page since 2010/12/31

Reference book: Les Rues de Montréal, répertoire Historique see



Pictures taken on this street

Alma Street a morning fall
Alma Street a morning  fall
Graffiti
Graffiti
Graffiti
Graffiti
Graffiti
Graffiti
Graffiti
Graffiti
Memorial to Italian-canadian soldiers
Memorial to Italian-canadian soldiers
Alma Street
Alma  Street
De Gaspé Park
De Gaspé Park
Fog on Alma Street
Fog on Alma Street
Hockey in Montreal
Hockey in Montreal
Alma Street by Night
Alma Street by Night
Montreal Stairways
Montreal Stairways
Green Bike
Green Bike
Alma Street Under The Snow
Alma Street Under The Snow
De Gaspé Park Under The Snow
De Gaspé Park Under The Snow

Historical buildings and skysrapers on this street

Bouddhiste Temple
Bouddhiste Temple

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  Store windows on this street
Reataurant Hostaria
2012-01-25
Borough La Petite-Patrie
Rue Saint-Zotique / Alma




  Montreal's streets : some facts Source ville.montreal.qc.ca
  • Clark Street changes direction 6 times and get sectioned 4 times
  • Nearly 400 names are waiting for a new street in the Toponymic bank of Montreal
  • The Côte Saint-Antoine road is the oldest track on the island that still in use. It was used by the native Amerindians to bypass the mountain