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On your way to the Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal, take a few moments to enjoy the hubbub of Place d’Armes. There are lots of tourists, groups, and locals to observe. Sometimes there is so much activity it’s hard to know where to look first. There...More
So Wednesday night, Oct 9th had my pole dancing class at milan pole right around the corner as I drove by slowly through this square as there is often traffic, I heard the sweet sounds of an opera singer. Hadn’t heard that around there
Place d'Armes ,a square in Old Montreal.In the centre there is monument /Statue in the memory of Paul de Chomedey, founder of Montreal and surrounded by many buildings.its in the heart of historical district which offers excellent overview of all periods-from the city's oldest building...More
The attraction of Place d'Armes, for me, was to see the tall memorial statue to honor Maisonneuve, the founder of Montreal, placed in the middle of the square. I think its great when cities erect such monuments for important people in their past, and Montreal...More
Circa 1721, local militia would have gathered here, heeding the call to defend their "New Home" (Maisonneuve). The purpose for the square was to stage military events and this is the second oldest public site/gathering spot in Montreal and dates back to 1693.
This is a nice area to walk through. It’s close to many popular destinations, most notably Notre Dame Basilica. There are often street performers there. It’s a good place to meet up and sit, or just pass through. Either way, you will probably not spend...More
A nice gathering place in Montreal adjacent to the Notre Dame basilica. There's almost always a street musician or dancer or two if the weather's nice. And there's plenty of opportunity to sit and people-watch -- a favorite pastime.
This is a popular plaza, located across the street from the Basilica of Notre Dame. One day, we heard an opera singer. Another day it was a lady performing Spanish dances to music. And on another day, a gentlemen was plying his trumpet to recorded...More