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juha loves Montreal because it's the city with the best parties and most European-like culture on North American East Coast.
azuki loves Montreal because a place where you can enjoy both French and English culture
johnuyeno loves Montreal because 8.5/10. +french canada is the best, +small boutiques and restaurants, +not too much big brand name stuff, +festivals, +music, +art, -too many students
neilfdes loves Montreal because cultural city
georgeprinzen loves Montreal because great restaurants
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What is Montreal
Montreal (French: Montréal) is the cultural capital of Quebec and the main entry point to the province. The second largest city in Canada, it is a city rich in culture and history, has an inordinate number of attractive, fashionably dressed people, and a well-deserved reputation as one of the liveliest cities in North America. Montreal is home to the second-largest Francophone (that is, French-speaking) population in the western world, with Paris being the largest.
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Circuit Gilles Villeneuve | McGill University | Montreal City Hall | Mount Royal | Notre-Dame de Montréal Basilica | Saint Joseph's Oratory
Visitors of Montreal
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About Montreal elsewhere
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" The French explorer Jacques Cartier visited Hochelaga on October 2 , 1535 ,claiming the St. Lawrence Valley for France."
"You can cross over to the South Shore either on the Jacques Cartier bridge, Ile Notre Dame, or via the Estacade ice bridge from Nun's Island."
"When Jacques Cartier first 'discovered' the island in 1535, it was already inhabited Â– the Iroquois village of Hochelaga stood at the foot of Mount Royal."
"They found none of them but that didn't deter explorer Jacques Cartier, who made the first claim on the area surrounding the St Lawrence River for France in 1534."
"Jacques Cartier was the first European to set foot on the island of Montreal, but it wasn't until 1642 that a permanent European settlement was established and 'the mountain' was named Mont Royal, from which the city probably took its name."
"Jacques Cartier sailed up the broad St. Lawrence River, past the spot that would become Québec City under Champlain, to what was then a large island with a fortified Iroquois village composed of 50 longhouses, called Hochelaga."
"Jacques Cartier became the first European to reach the area now known as Montreal in 1534 when he entered the village of Hochelega on the Island of Montreal while in search of a passage to Asia during the Age of Exploration."
Absolutely the best city in North America. Bars and churches right next to each other and great parties. Very much European than other cities in NA. We had some really cool parties here!
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juha from Finland wrote about Montreal City Hall 5 years, 10 months ago
Montreal city hall was once the biggest building in the whole British empire and is still quite a magnificent construction. If you're into old architecture check it out.
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