Sunday, April 17, 2016

Pictures of Old Montreal | Quebec, Canada Travel

I really liked the city. There is an air of Europe meets America. I can even picture myself living temporarily here in Montreal, provided I live in the suburbs of Little Italy, the Gay Village or Le-Plateau Mont-Royal in one of those cool Victorian-style apartments.


Montreal is a huge city and I have only really scratched the surface, and what I meant by this is—I have only visited Ville-Marie, which is the centre of the city. Ville-Marie comprises of Old Montreal and the Old Port, Downtown Montreal, the Centre-Sud, Mount Royal Park, St. Helen's Island and Ile Notre-Dame.

Anyway, these pictures were taken during a day stroll in Old Montreal last autumn together with my niece. I took a lot of pictures and wanted to share all of them here of course.

You can find my other entries and pictures of Old Montreal here:

I hope you enjoy the pictures!


A popular touristy ride in Old Montreal.


Cour d'Appel du Québec. This is the courthouse of Quebec which is under poster protest attack on the subject of fair negotiations.


The Bank of Montreal Museum on Place d'Armes.


Place d'Armes on a warm autumn day.


Place d'Armes on Rue Note-Dame O. On the right you can see the towers of the Notre Dame.


My niece AnK and moi here at Rue McGill.


Rue McGill.


One of the government buildings near the City Hall.


The Notre-Dame Basilica and Place d'Armes.


Bonsecours Market.


Marguerite Bourgeoys Museum.

Travel Period: September 2015
Destination: Old Montreal (Montreal - Quebec), Canada

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