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Rising up to 233 meters above Montreal, Mont Royal is the green lung of the city located near the city center. One can enjoy walking through this beautiful park and see monuments dedicated King George VI and Jacques Cartier. Visitors can also spend some time witnessing the cemeteries at the western slope where the different ethnic groups of the city are living together in peach for centuries.
A noteworthy concentration of buildings belonging to the 17th to the 19th century, Old Montreal features unique-style quarters it is located between the business hub and the waterfront. Visitors can explore, on foot, a number of historic sites, streets, and several landmarks.
Parc Jean Drapeau
A group of several family-centric attractions, Parc Jean Drapeau features the island of Sainte Helene and the artificial island of Norte-dam. A remnant of Expo 1967, Biosphere, is now a museum working on ecological issues. This museum is built in a shape of sphere and is largest such structure around the globe. There are numbers of other tourist attractions at Parc Jean Drapeau such as La Ronde Amusement Park, Stewart Museum, Circuit Gilles Villeneuve, and Bassin Olympique.
Perhaps the most elegant thoroughfare in Montreal, Rue Sherbrooke is the location of several major museums and institutions. It is named after Sir John Sherbrooke, who was the Governor General of Canada from 1816 to 1818. The McCord Museum of Canadian History, located in Rue Sherbrooke, boasts a remarkable assortment of exhibits based on the social history of Canada. Another museum in the campus, the Musee ded Beaux Arts is the oldest museum in the country and puts on display impressive collection of sculpture, painting, and new media.