T’cha Dunlevy, Montreal Gazette

Impressed by the work of Frank Lloyd Wright, he designed the Caserne de Pompiers no 1 (on the south facet of Rue Notre-Dame), or fire station, as an adaptation of the Unity Temple in Oak Park, on the outskirts of Chicago. The building was one of many first works of recent architecture erected in Canada. 13 Head toward the Biosphere on the road that runs alongside the south shore of the island. Built in 1938 as a sports pavilion, Restaurant Hélène de Champlain was inspired by the structure of New France and is reminiscent of the summer time home of the Baroness of Longueuil, as quickly as located within the area.

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112 You could find that the many main roads that criss-cross this a half of the Quartier Latin neighbourhood make it a less fascinating area to go to than Rue SaintDenis. The Ville-Marie expressway, within the southern a part of this tour, is notable for having disfigured a historic part of the city that nonetheless boasts a rich architectural heritage. The Chapelle Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes (430 Rue Ste-Catherine Est; Berri-UQAM metro), erected in 1876, was his best achievement. It was commissioned by the Sulpicians, who wanted to safe their presence on this part of town. Its Roman-Byzantine style is indirectly a abstract of its author’s travels.

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