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Bank of Montreal Museum
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Canadian Centre for Architecture (Centre Canadien d'Architecture)
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Notre-Dame Basilica
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Notre-Dame Basilica
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Mount Royal Park
Boarding Mount Royal and overlooking Montreal, the night view is really beautiful! Royal Mountain has a maximum elevation of 233 meters. Although it is not high, Montreal is named here. The park is designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, a famous American designer who designed the Central Park in New York. The park has a pleasant view. The park in summer is completely covered by green plants. It is green and lush. Walking on the mountain road obviously feels a lot of negative oxygen ions, so we can often see local people running. There will be instructions all the way to the mountains. If you don't understand, you can follow Google Maps. Every mountain road is accurate and you can go straight to the observation deck on the top of the mountain. I was thinking that if it was autumn, Mount Royal Park was already colorful! The leaves of various vegetation will be of different colors, and they must be quite beautiful. The mountain roads will also be covered with various kinds of fallen leaves. The rustling of the leaves on the leaves will be a different experience. It takes about half an hour to walk to reach the viewing platform. It is actually a big park. At this time, at sunset, the high mountain just blocked the sunshine of the department, and the remaining warm yellow sun just sprinkled on the high-rise buildings in Montreal. I am waiting here quietly, waiting for the setting sun to go down, the night falls, and then look at the night scenes of Montreal. When the blue sky becomes blue and deeper blue, the city's night market shines sporadically. When the lights of the city are turned on, it illuminates the city of Montreal and illuminates the days of Montreal.
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