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About Montreal

The mainly French-speaking architectural jewel located along the St. Lawrence River is the second largest city in Canada and named after its 761-foot hill Mount Royal. Montreal was a French colony until 1760 when Great Britain gained rule over the city that was incorporated in 1832. Notable sites are Mount Royal, Old Montreal, Montreal Botanical Gardens, Montreal Biodome, Notre-Dame de Montreal Basilica, Place Jacques Cartier, Olympic Stadium and its tower, St. Joseph's Oratory and Montreal City Hall.

Attractions around Montreal

Montreal Olympic Tower

This tallest inclined tower in the world is part of Olympic Stadium constructed for the 1976 Montreal Olympic Games and visitors are able to go all the way to the top in a glass funicular to get a spectacular view of the city in the observatory. The 574-foot Montreal Olympic Tower hosts concerts, sports games and other events. Olympic Stadium was designed by architect Roger Taillibert in Organic Modern style and the tower that has a 45 degree angle is lit up by a rainbow of lights at night.

  • Montreal Olympic Tower
  • Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal
  • Notre Dame Basilica of Montreal
  • Montreal Biodome
  • Old Montreal
  • Olympic Park, Montreal
  • Montreal Olympic Stadium
  • Mount Royal
  • Montreal City Hall
  • Chinatown, Montreal

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