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The Chalet du Mont-Royal is a French Beaux-Arts structure built as a make-work project in 1932 during the Great Depression.
The Chalet du Mont-Royal is a French Beaux-Arts structure built as a make-work project in 1932 during the Great Depression. The interior features artwork depicting various scenes from Canadian history. The Kondiaronk scenic lookout in front of the chalet offers great views of the downtown area and the St. Lawrence River.
Montreal, QC, Canada
The Kondiaronk Lookout near Chalet du Mont-Royal offers panoramic views of downtown Montreal skyline and the St Lawrence river
La Croix du Mont Royal or the Mount Royal Cross is a white illuminated cross installed in 1924 at the site where the city's founder Paul Chomedey de Maisonneuve planted a wooden cross in 1643
Maison Smith is a pretty stone house in the Parc du Mont Royal that serves as a resting place as well as information centre on the park, and flora and fauna in the neighborhood
The Redpath Museum is a museum of natural history that focuses on evolution, with the collection spanning marine discoveries, geological specimen, and mounts of endangered and extinct species
The lower section of McGill's campus is composed mainly of nineteenth century neoclassical buildings and is definitely worth a ten minute stroll
Belvedere Camillien-Houde is a lookout point on Mount Royal
A 1919 monument sculpted by George William Hill in honor of George-Étienne Cartier, one of the fathers of Confederation
Molson Stadium is an outdoor Canadian football stadium on the McGill campus
The Musee des Beaux-Arts or Museum of Fine Arts in Montreal has free permanent exhibitions and many prominent traveling exhibits
The McCord Museum of Canadian History showcases Canadian history and heritage