The Avenue is renowned for its selection of gourmet food shops and designer fashion and home accessories boutiques.
This 51-storey building contains an indoor skating rink open year-round and set inside a domed, sky-lit hall.
Made of granite and glass, the building is renowned for its distinctive shape and the curvature of its east wall.
This gallery features contemporary art from Québec, Canada and other parts of the world.
Les amis de la montagne protects and enhances Mount Royal through community involvement and environmental education.
This bronze sculpture of three women completely absorbed in conversation often attracts passersby, who enjoy taking pictures of and with the trio.
The stained glass of this work splashes pools of coloured light onto the platforms of Champ-de-Mars station.
This splendid lighting was especially designed to emphasize the elegant architecture of the historical buildings.
Built in the early 20th century, the church was named to commemorate a miracle and it contains remarkable frescoes.
Located in the Blumenthal building, built in 1910, this house is dedicated to the dissemination and promotion of jazz.
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