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Imperial Cinema is one of the most famous cinema houses in this part of Montreal. It's a charming old theater where you can enjoy a movie accompanied by a tub of popcorn. Watch the latest flicks in this fine theater and don't miss the film festivals it plays host to; the Cinemania Film Festival. Call ahead for further updates.
Avec une longue histoire derrière lui, le National, proprose une programmation de tout premier plan. Un éclairage excellent et des sièges très confortables, que demander de plus ? La salle peut aussi se louer pour des séminaires ou des cérémonies.
Established in 1786, Molson Coors is considered as one of the oldest breweries in Canada. Named after John Molson who was the founder of Molson Coors, this brewery is the first establishment out of the seven Molson Coors breweries in Canada. It is famous for its brands like Rickard's, Molson Canadian and Coors Light. This riverside beer maker also offers tours however one needs to confirm on the phone for the timings.
Habitat 67 is renowned for its architectural excellence and served as a residence during the Expo 67. This housing complex exemplifies a modern approach towards designing and is still an important part of the city. Comprising 146 identical, block-like houses, the structure resembles a massive lego building, which is also one of its most noted features. The structure also offers unparalleled views of the neighborhood, and provides one of the best vantage points for photography.
Christ Church Cathedral is nestled within the central region of the city and has been serving it since the early 19th century. Designed by famed architect Frank Wills, Christ Church Cathedral is a great example of 19th-century Neo-Gothic architecture. Inspired by the Gothic-style churches of the 14th century, the cathedral displays some impressive architecture through intricate designs and awe-inspiring stone-work. Its aluminium steeple, square crossing tower and stone spire are some of its key features, which were considered a rare sight in its time.
Cette cathédrale, œuvre de l'architecte québécois Victor Bourgeau, construite entre 1870 et 1894, est la réplique exacte à 1/3 de l'échelle de la Basilique Saint-Pierre de Rome. Nichée au mileu des gratte-ciels du centre-ville, la cathédrale offre une vue particulièrement frappante. Les 13 statues illuminées alignées le long de son sommet représentent les saints patrons de Montréal. Dans la chapelle mortuaire, se trouvent les tombeaux des évêques et archevêques de la ville, à côté de la statue allongée de Monseigneur Ignace Bourget, fondateur de l'église.