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A modern museum built over the ruins of Montreal's first settlement, Pointe à Callière.
A modern museum built over the ruins of Montreal's first settlement, Pointe à Callière. This museum uses audiovisual technology as well as surrounding archaeological remains to tell the story of Montreal from the first natives to the present day.
350 Place Royale, Montréal, QC H2Y 3Y5, Canada
Covering the history of Montreal from its founding in 1535
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