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Montreal downtown at night - Photo: Powderruns
Montreal downtown at night - Photo: Powderruns
Montreal
Montreal is the largest city in the Canadian province of Québec, Canada's second most populous city. It is a city of multiple facets, proud of its contrasts, with 3,4 million inhabitants, with a mixture of cultures from all over the world, as shown by the mosaic of its neighborhoods and the diversity of its restaurants. Its rich architectural heritage covers four centuries of history, from the French regime to the contemporary era. Montreal's cultural life is a reflection of exuberant creativity. The cinemas and concert halls have diverse programs, while the bars, cafes and clubs are open until late at night ....FIND OUT MORE
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