The twin towers, with their tinted blue glass curtain-walls, form a stunning modern complex.
Bourgie Concert Hall, at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) complex, resides in the restored and transformed Erskine and American Church.
This museum and international research centre also includes the Shaughnessy House and a sculpture garden.
Amerindian and Inuit art are showcased in the Gallery along with fine art objects and creations.
Founded in 2007, the Canadian Maple Delights museum showcases the history of maple products.
The station’s Hall is decorated with superb historic frescoes depicting familiar themes in the lives of Canadians.
Not only does this new skyscraper house business offices, it also contains a public space for entertainment.
At the forefront of modern museology, the Centre presents interdisciplinary exhibitions.
Within the walls of this former prison, revisit the Patriotes’ rebellions of 1837-1838 and their consequences.
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