Michel Rabagliati is the man behind Paul, the character of his graphic novels based in Montréal and famous worldwide...Read more
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In Montréal a simple stroll is a journey through time, backwards and forwards, with every step an opportunity to experience something to your liking. Historic monuments intertwine with ultramodern structures, while the legacy of Expo 67 still lives on, from the geodesic dome designed by Buckminster Fuller to Habitat 67, a landmark in Canadian architecture. Don’t forget to check out Montréal’s new jewel of urban design, the Quartier international, which displays an eclectic mix of old and new with striking skyscrapers nestled alongside heritage buildings. It’s no wonder that Montréal was the first North American city to be appointed a UNESCO City of Design.
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Jean-Talon station, which connects the blue line to the orange line of Montréal’s metro (subway system), is at the...Read more
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