Rue Saint-Paul

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Along with Rue Notre-Dame, this narrow street is one of the oldest in Montreal. Its curves and dips are explained by its origins as a footpath along the riverbanks between the fort and the hospital. Lovely, well-proportioned 19C buildings presently line Rue Saint-Paul. The section between Boulevard Saint-Laurent and Place Jacques-Cartier incorporates former warehouses, now transformed into shops and artists' studios.

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Place Jacques-Cartier
Place Jacques-Cartier
Lined with outdoor cafes and flower
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Le Royer Courtyard
Le Royer Courtyard
After 1861, a series of warehouses
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Château Ramezay
Château Ramezay
Situated across from City Hall, this
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City Hall (Montreal)
City Hall (Montreal)
The first important building in Quebec
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Old Port of Montreal
Old Port of Montreal
Stretching along the St. Lawrence River,
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Bonsecours Market
Bonsecours Market
Originally constructed to house Montreal
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Place Jacques-Cartier
Place Jacques-Cartier
Lined with outdoor cafes and flower
0:30
Le Royer Courtyard
Le Royer Courtyard
After 1861, a series of warehouses
0:15
Château Ramezay
Château Ramezay
Situated across from City Hall, this
1:00
See all