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Some pics from a beautiful day today.
















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Various pictures of the city from winter + last summer/spring (all mine). Its been a brutal winter so far, but I still love it haha.

Summer/Spring 2017



20-floor Leonard Cohen Mural



Montreal electro parade, first of its kind in North America



Sun Life building in downtown (122m/400ft)




Jacques Cartier bridge lit up at night


From this past winter






Scan was a Montreal graffiti legend who passed away in 2017








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Nice! It's a bit cruel to go from summer to winter in the same set of photos.
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Nice! It's a bit cruel to go from summer to winter in the same set of photos.
It was, I nearly cried when I did it (and this is from someone who loves winter). But hey, gotta make the best of whats been a shitty winter so far
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Unique would entail that it doesn't resemble anything else. Montreal reminds me of Boston and Brooklyn. I suppose language differentiates and architecture differentiate it. French is far less common on this continent than Spanish and English.
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Unique would entail that it doesn't resemble anything else. Montreal reminds me of Boston and Brooklyn. I suppose language differentiates and architecture differentiate it. French is far less common on this continent than Spanish and English.
Not only the French, but the vibe here is unique. I lived in other places between Canada and the U.S and they are more or less the same, but MTL is different. I can't even explain it honestly, just a different energy, and quirky too! It does look like a Boston/Philly/Brooklyn hybrid in some parts of the city though.
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Some Pics from two days ago



TDC2- 170m



Bell Centre cluster + depth



Humaniti-120m



A.C hotels + residence






Myriade 22-floors


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I thought this was going to be a New Orleans thread! But great pics regardless - I recognize all the places especially after visiting the other weekend.
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So did I! I think it would be tough to argue against New Orleans being North America's most unique city, but Montreal does look worthy of a visit.
First city that came to mind for me as well.
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MTL lights, buildings, arts


























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Nice thread - thanks for sharing/posting.
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Nice thread - thanks for sharing/posting.
Absolutely! glad you're enjoying it
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Pictures from Nuit Blanche earlier this month + Art Souterrain, which is an art exhibit that connects the entire underground path network.

































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