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de Gaspé Avenue, Montreal

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de Gaspé Avenue

1926 : Opening year of this street or name change

Alternative spelling Av Gaspé Former name of this street : Rue Flammarion

Boroughs / districts where theses pictures where taken : Nuns' island, Villeray / Saint-Michel, La Petite-Patrie, Mile-end

CODEIMTL 4072 : Last update of this page 2009-01-19 | 7459 hits on this page since 2010/12/31

Reference book: Les Rues de Montréal, répertoire Historique see



Pictures taken on this street

De Gaspé Av.
De Gaspé Av.
Dante Street corner De Gaspé
Dante Street corner De Gaspé
Dante Street corner De Gaspé
Dante Street corner De Gaspé
Textil Zone
Textil Zone
Ruelle enneigée
Ruelle enneigée
De Gaspé Ave
De Gaspé Ave
Wated Land
Wated Land
All's Goods Graffiti
All's Goods Graffiti
Construction Of The New Pool at De Gaspé Park
Construction Of The New Pool at De Gaspé Park

Historical buildings and skysrapers on this street

700, de Gaspé
700, de Gaspé
Tourelle-Sur-Rive
Tourelle-Sur-Rive
Tourelle-Sur-Rive
Tourelle-Sur-Rive
Sainte-Cécile School
Sainte-Cécile School
Hélène-Boullé School
Hélène-Boullé School
Résidence Le Mile-End
Résidence Le Mile-End
Contemporary Multiplex
Contemporary Multiplex

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  Montreal's streets : some facts Source ville.montreal.qc.ca
  • St. Lawrence Boulevard separates addresses between East and West for more than 100 years
  • Saint Paul Street is among the first road of Montreal, officially traced in 1673