About Montreal, Quebec, Canada Travel Guide

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Old Montreal - Located between the River and downtown in historical part of the City (view of the old port)
Notre-Dame Basilica - A masterpiece of Gothic Revival architecture. The magnificent interior decor captivates hundreds of thousands of visitors each year.
Olympia Park - Built for the 1976 Summer Olympics Games.Olympic Park - part of Montreal's famous Olympic Village. Mount Royal Park - The scenic lookout offers a striking view of the downtown area and the river. St. Joseph's Oratory - Atop of Mount-Royal, it is one of the world's most visited shrines.
The basilica's huge dome reaches 320 feet (97 meters) and is second in height only to Saint-Peter's basilica in Rome. The city's main tourist attractions- Montreal Harbor Cruises along the scenic St. Lawrence River;
Montreal's Biodome - home to four separate ecosystems and approximately 4,000 animals.
Biosphere - an imposing and famous structure in Montreal, which has long been the largest geodesic dome on the planet (not to be confused with Montreal's Biodome)

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