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Rue Notre-Dame, Montreal

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Notre-Dame Street is a historic east-west street located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. It runs parallel to the Saint Lawrence River, from the eastern tip of the island to Lachine.One of the oldest streets in Montreal, Notre-Dame was created in 1672. The gardens of Château Vaudreuil, which had served as the official residence in Montreal of the Governors General of New France from 1723, fronted Notre-Dame. The street's extension in 1821 led to the demolition of Montreal's Citadel. The Bingham house, which became Donegana's Hotel, was also located on Notre-Dame. In the early 1900s, it was the site of the former Dominion Park.Old Montreal and beyondIn Old Montreal, it is the site of such key structures as Montreal City Hall, Palais de Justice de Montréal, the Quebec Court of Appeal, the Château Ramezay, Notre-Dame Basilica and the Saint-Sulpice Seminary and the Sir George-Étienne Cartier National Historic Site.
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  • Famous street in the city, where is located the Notre-Dame Basilica, here you will find several attractions, as well as old buildings, look for taking at least one morning to walk the area with calm and admire all your beauty.
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  • Two great Asian restaurants on Notre-Dame Street: Nozy: a Japanese restaurant located at 3568 Notre-Dame West confusing by its originality but definitely worth a visit. Tran: a Vietnamese canteen is located in the 4690 Notre-Dame West especially for its take-out of high quality. Restaurants with different styles that will delight lovers of good cooking!
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  • Old-Montreal district carrying out from the northeast to the Southwest is the Notre-Dame Street. It is "West Street" by Laurent Street near the Notre-Dame Cathedral, heading northeast to East Street, heading South-West. Inter alia through the tourist Centre East Street and many old and new Court, City Hall, Chateau Ramsay and attractions, and many restaurants, Montreal during what passed over again.
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