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Montreal Barton House

Collection by Constance Barton

Old Montreal Old Montreal, Montreal Quebec, Ottawa, Torre Cn, Windsor London, Toronto, Canada Ontario, Northwest Territories, Prince Edward Island

Montreal Calling

Lise Wechsler shares her favorite antiques sources in her hometown

Chateau Ramezay Museum in Montreal, Canada. North Country Unfading Black roofing slate produced from quarry in St. Montreal Travel, Old Montreal, Montreal Ville, Montreal Quebec, Montreal Canada, Old Building, Building A House, Chateau Frontenac Quebec, Famous Castles

Historic Site and Museum of Montréal

The Château Ramezay - Historic Site and Museum of Montréal invites you to relive more than 500 years of history with its exhibition, its New France garden, its free family activities and its guided tours. Situated in the heart of Old-Montreal, it is the first building in Québec to be classified as an historic monument.

Old Montreal, Rue de l'Hopital Destinations, Rue, David, Canada, Mansions, House Styles, Manor Houses, Villas, Mansion

Old House on Rue de l'Hopital, Old Montreal, Quebec, Canada | David Giral Photography

Old House on Rue de l'Hopital, Old Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Old Montreal, Chapel Notre Dame Also for exterior street Old Montreal, Quebec, Notre Dame, Street View, Exterior, House, Home, Quebec City, Outdoor Rooms

Old Montreal, Chapel Notre Dame Also for exterior street

The Dow House - Place du Frère André at Rene-Levesque & Union Montreal, Places, Photos, House, Outdoor, Noel, Outdoors, Pictures, Home

Place du Frère André @ Rene-Levesque & Union

Guessed by www.flickr.com/photos/ubung/

Old Montreal, 04 January Notre Dame> East, from St. Jacques Cartier, Nelson's Column, Old Montreal, Travel Tags, Saint Vincent, Travel Nursing, Best Location, Cheap Travel, Canada Travel

Vieux-Montréal, 04 janvier 2012. Rue Notre-Dame >Est, depuis rue Saint-Vincent.

Ces trois maisons du secteur de l'Ancien Montréal ont été construites au début XIXè siècle. Elles ont fort heureusement été restaurées et mises en valeur. À gauche, on reconnaît la colonne Nelson, érigée sur le site du marché neuf (Place Jacques-Cartier) en 1809. Comparatif de 1970 www.flickr.com/photos/benoit59/5454107261