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Public art piece in a small square featuring a stone map of the world and several scattered bronze chairs..
Public art piece in a small square featuring a stone map of the world and several scattered bronze chairs.
rue Roy est and rue Saint-André
Three-thousand seat outdoor theater open for a summer program of dance, music, movies, and theater
A smaller park, Carré Saint-Louis is at the east end of the Prince Arthur pedestrian mall, next to rue Saint-Denis
Located in the eastern part of the Plateau, the park is well-manicured and includes an artificial lake, bike paths, sporting facilities, and an outdoor amphitheater
A museum focused on the industrial and working-class history of Montreal (the name literally translates to ''Ecomuseum of the Proud People''), particularly of the surrounding Centre-Sud district (basically the modern-day Le Village and Sainte-Marie neighborhoods)
Showcases mostly mainstream Hollywood films, all dubbed in French
The inviting, super-modern home to the Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec, a massive library housing four million works
Performing arts centre with two halls
The Maison de la Culture on plateau Mont-Royal showcases art works and performances by local artists
Watch one of their 9000 films at their personal touch-screen viewing stations or try your hand at film making and animation in one of their workshops
Modern theater complex with 17-screens (most shows in French only), cafe, restaurant and bar