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Like being in Ireland, the inside is wood and gorgeous.
Stopped in for Mass after a visit... and no cover charge to enter. So my donation ended being a lot more than the $5 the other church charges to enter a Holy site.
Lesser visited. Older than the cathedral. Better interior of wood. Quiet. Within walking distance of both Notre Dame and the Cathedral. In fact you can do a walking tour of all three churches in an afternoon with St Patrick being in the middle of the...More
Free to enter. This church is similar to Norte Dame in that it its exterior is minimalistic, yet the inside is stunning and well worth your time to visit and take in the breathtaking atmosphere. Very intricate woodwork, beautiful altar, two story balcony, and decent...More
In 1989, St. Patrick's was elevated to the status of a basilica. According to the church's guide, " The basilica is one of the purest and grandest specimens of the 14th and 15th centuries gothic style in Canada." The shamrock of Ireland and the fleur...More
This church is well worth at least an hour of your time. The beauty of the architecture and the paintings and side chapels will take your breath away. Visiting during the week can offer a quiet time for reflection and prayer.
Designed to connect and beautify unused space, today the Quartier International is like a transversal piece of modern art. The distinctive design flair is most apparent at its focal point, the Palais des Congres, a convention center and retail space with a multi-colored glass exterior and an equally bold interior motif. Outdoors too, the Quartier is friendly towards public art exhibits along its stylish, plotted
city squares, with extra-wide sidewalks meant to encourage long strolls and shaded benches available for absorbing the atmosphere. Fresh air and promenades characterize the area, from the foliage of Victoria Square to the fountain of Place Jean-Paul Riopelle, while the restaurants along Rue Saint-Antonie Ouest and Metro stops modeled in the Parisian style give off European glamour.