I'm back from a magical week in Old Montreal, and I wanted to share some of my memories in pictures, starting with the amazing architecture.
Saint James United Church on Rue Sainte-Catherine
Bank of Montreal, across from Basilique Notre-Dame de Montreal.
I spotted a few buildings around the city with this shape- long skinny rectangle with curved corners.
I discovered that this cubed attachment is a bank safe.
I appreciated the striking contrasts in Montreal's various architecture. Gothic Revival, Victorian, Art Deco, Modern, and Post-Modern styles can be found around downtown.
I took a lot of photographs, which I'm organizing into categories for this blog. Next up is Basilique Notre-Dame de Montreal, facade below.