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de la Côte-Vertu Chemin, Montreal

Images, information, pictures and historical building on this street. Discover Montral's history street by street                                            





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de la Côte-Vertu Chemin

Boroughs / districts where theses pictures where taken : Saint-Laurent

CODEIMTL 4056 : Last update of this page 2007-09-30 | 5074 hits on this page since 2010/12/31



Pictures taken on this street

Before Carré St-Laurent
Before Carré St-Laurent
Côte-Vertu
Côte-Vertu
End of St. Laurent
End of St. Laurent
Highway 15
Highway 15
Highway 15
Highway 15
Chemin de la Côte-Vertu
Chemin de la Côte-Vertu
Chemin de la Côte-Vertu
Chemin de la Côte-Vertu
Before Le Vertu
Before Le Vertu
Côte-Vertu
Côte-Vertu

Historical buildings and skysrapers on this street

Saphir No 1
Saphir No 1
The Saphir II
The Saphir II
Marguerite-Bourgeoys School Board Head Office
Marguerite-Bourgeoys School Board Head Office
Peter Hall Campus Côte-Vertu
 Peter Hall Campus Côte-Vertu
LaurenHill Academy
LaurenHill Academy
Pavillon Saint-Joseph
Pavillon Saint-Joseph
Bethel Baptist Church
Bethel Baptist Church
CHSLD Saint-Laurent / Les Cèdres
CHSLD Saint-Laurent / Les Cèdres
Country House
Country House
Côte-Vertu Metro Station
Côte-Vertu Metro Station

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  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