The Montreal Biosphere, built in 1967 for the World’s Fair in Montreal, was designed by architect Buckminster Fuller. Now it is run by Environment Canada as a museum, with interactive exhibits on biodiversity and climate change.
The Fort de la Montagne (also called Fort des Messieurs or Fort Belmont) was an old fortification, the remaining structures of which are located on Sherbrooke Street in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The fort was constructed in 1685 and parts of it were demolished in the mid 19th century. Two 13-metre (43 ft) high stone towers, built in 1694 as bastions of the fort, still remain and are among the oldest structures on the Island of Montreal.