Montreal Images

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Montreal, Canada
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Jacques Cartier at Hochelaga. Arriving in 1535, Cartier was the first European to visit the area. (Source)
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French authorities surrender the city of Montreal to the British after the Articles of Capitulation was signed in 1760. (Source)
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View of Lachine Canal in 1826, a year after it opened. It bypassed the rapids west of the city, linking Montreal with other continental markets. (Source)
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Political protests from Tories led to the burning of the Parliament Buildings in Montreal in 1849. (Source)
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An anti-conscription rally in Montreal, 1917. During both World Wars, the city saw protest against the implementation of conscription. (Source)
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Lighting of the Olympic Torch inside Montreals Olympic Stadium. The city hosted the 1976 Summer Olympics. (Source)
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The island of Montreal at the confluence of the Saint Lawrence and Ottawa rivers. (Source)
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Winters in Montreal bring cold, snowy, windy, and at times, icy weather. (Source)
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Many early colonial buildings dating back to the late 16th and 17th centuries may be found in Old Montreal. (Source)
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Habitat 67 is a model community and housing complex developed for Expo 67 World Fair. (Source)
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A view of Downtown Montreal from Mont Royal. Many neighbourhoods, including downtown, are located in the borough of Ville-Marie. (Source)
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Place Jacques-Cartier is a major public square and attraction in Old Montreal. (Source)
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View of Montreals Little Italy. Italian is the third-most spoken language in Montreal. (Source)
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The Port of Montreal is one of the largest inland ports in the world, handling over 26 million tonnes of cargo annually. (Source)
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Tour de la Bourse has been home to the Montreal Exchange since 1965. The Exchange is a derivatives exchange that trades futures contracts and options on equities, currencies, interest rates, and more. (Source)
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Montreal Fireworks Festival is the worlds largest annual fireworks festival. The city hosts a number of festivals annually. (Source)
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View of the Notre-Dame Basilica from Place dArmes. The number of churches in Montreal led it to be called the city of a hundred steeples. (Source)
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Opened in 1996, the Bell Centre is a sports and entertainment complex, and also serves as the home arena for the Montreal Canadiens. (Source)
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Montreal is the site of the Canadian Grand Prix, an annual Formula One auto race. (Source)
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The Olympic Stadium was built for the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal. It is presently used by MLSs Montreal Impact for select games. (Source)
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Completed in 1878, Montreal City Hall is the seat of local government. (Source)
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Established in 1821, McGill University is the oldest operating university in Montreal. (Source)
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Montreal serves as a hub for Quebecs autoroute system of controlled-access highways. (Source)
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A train departs from Acadie station. The Montreal Metro has 68 stations over four lines. (Source)
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Central Station is a major inter-city and commuter rail hub for the city. (Source)
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