A Virtual Tour of Montreal and Quebec. Immersive panoramic photography, 360 degree panoramas
Une visite virtuelle à Montréal et Québec, Photographie panoramique et immersive

Musée PAC, Pointe-à-Callière Museum – the old sewer

Here you can see the vaulted stone tunnel carrying what was once the Little Saint-Pierre River, now a collector sewer dating back to 1832.

The permanent exposition Where Montréal Was Born covers six centuries of history taking you to an authentic archaeological site where you can see the birthplace of the city in the museum’s undergrounds.

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Musée PAC, Pointe-à-Callière Museum – an unusual underground

As you step back in time following a trail marked with archaeological remains and artifacts, different incarnations of this site are revealed showing six hundred years of history, from the times when Natives camped here to the present day.

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Where did they put my autumn?!?

First morning of a two days major storm. And it’s not even winter yet! On the 16th December – officially we still have a few days until the beginning of the winter – we had a severe “winter” storm leaving 40 cm of snow here in Montreal. Up to 60 cm in some parts of Québec.

Flights cancelled, ice-covered highways, 70-90 km/h gusting winds, 400 collisions due to severe weather conditions and one person killed hit by a snowplow as reported by the Ontario Provincial Police. A presage of a long winter to come…

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Christmas lights at McGill College ave. – The Secret Bench by Lea Vivot

Illuminated by Christmas lights at McGill College ave., the Secret Bench stands indifferent to the weather. Work of the artist Lea Vivot, the Secret Bench can be seen in many places throughout the world like Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto; New York and London. Each bench is inscribed by famous poets and writers from around the world.

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Parc Nature du Cap St-Jacques – Château Gohier

Located on the western tip of the island, at the junction of Deux Montagnes Lake and des Prairies River, Cap Saint-Jacques Nature Park is Montréal’s largest park and has nice cross-country ski, hike and snowshoe trails. These are the familiar type and style of trails, most of the time flat with sporadically (easy) slopes. The “Château Gohier”, a hundred years old stone building, serves today as a restaurant for visitors.

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