This approach consists of making pigment stick to a moist surface with a coating made of egg, which becomes very hard and resistant when dry. 13 Turn left on Rue Sherbrooke and stroll to the corner of Avenue Kitchener. With its rough stone dealing with, elongated strains and detailed sculptures, it looks like an authentic church from a 14th-century English village. The type is characterised partially by horizontal openings with multiple stone transoms, bay windows and ﬂattened arches. The impeccable green of a lawn-bowling membership lies on the again, frequented by members carrying their regulation whites.
Marussia Lamy, 24, Graphic Designer
Continue up beyond Rue Prince-Arthur to Lorne Crescent, a residential road that’s little known, even to Montrealers. On this avenue, visitors will ﬁnd some interesting semi-detached Victorian houses . During the Vietnam War, American protesters dodging the U.S. draft took refuge in this neighbourhood. Well because the 300-seat Pollack Hall, a perfect place for chamber music. On the entrance steps of the constructing, designed by American architect Bruce Price , is a lovely bronze statue of Queen Victoria executed by her daughter, the talented Princess Louise.