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The Lighting Plan
 
Map of Lighting Plan

Map of Lighting Plan

 
  1 Rue Saint-Paul
  2 Rue De la Commune
  3 Place Jacques-Cartier
  4 Rue Saint-Pierre
  5 Rue Sainte-Hélène (gaslights)
  6 Champ-de-Mars
  7 City Hall (rear and front)
  8 Lucien-Saulnier building (rear
and front)
  9 Lucien-Saulnier Annex
  10 Municipal Courthouse
  11 Château Ramezay - Historic Site and Museum of Montréal
  12 Ernest-Cormier building
  13 Place Royale
  14 Place d'Youville
  15 Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours Chapel
  16 Bonsecours Market
  17 Hôtel St-James (private project)
  18 Place d'Armes (detail hereafter)
  19 Pointe-à-Callière, Montréal Museum of Archaeology and History
  20 Dalhousie Station and Rue Berri viaduct
 
Place d'Armes
Map of Place d'Armes
    Place d'Armes is a wonderful snapshot of many different periods in Montréal history, surrounding a monument dedicated to the city's founders.
       
  A This 1895 monument to Paul de Chomedey, Sieur de Maisonneuve, is one of the masterpieces of Louis-Philippe Hébert.
  B The old Sulpician Seminary, dating from 1684, is the earliest surviving building in Montréal.
  C The Gothic Revival Notre-Dame Basilica, inaugurated in 1829, is the heart of Montréal's first parish.
  D The Duluth Building, erected in 1912.
  E The Aldred Building, from 1931, is renowned for its Art Deco style.
  F The New York Life Insurance Building, dating from 1888, was Canada's first skyscraper.
  G The Hôtel Place d'Armes now occupies the Great Scottish Life Insurance Building (1870).
  H These buildings include the former head office (1847) of the Bank of Montreal, Canada's oldest bank, founded in 1817.
  I The international style "500 Place d'Armes" went up in 1968.
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