Another of the Clock Tower from Bassin Bonsecours.
Opened in 1847, Market Bonsecours is considered among the top ten finest heritage buildings in Canada. It houses 15 boutiques featuring top-quality “made in Québec” creations: crafts, fashions, accessories and jewellery, design items, reproduction Quebec furniture and more.
On the left is the Biosphere. Former US pavilion during World Exhibition 1967, it is now a museum dedicated to the environment. On the right is the steel sculpture "Man" by artist Alexander Calder.
Place des Arts
Paifang on Saint-Laurent street, Chinatown
Paifang, also called pailou, is a traditional Chinese architectural gating style as an arch. Outside of China, the paifang has long been the symbol of Chinatowns.
Christ Church cathedral with KPMG tour in the background. Christ Church Cathedral is an Anglican Gothic Revival cathedral in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, the seat of the Anglican Diocese of Montreal. The present cathedral, an Neo-gothic structure, was designed by architect Frank Wills. The structure was completed in 1859 and consecrated in 1867.
Kondiaronk Belvedere, a semicircular plaza with a chalet, is overlooking downtown Montreal. Built in 1906, it is named for the Petun chief Kondiaronk, whose influence led to a major peace accord between the French, Iroquois and other First Nations in 1701.
Downtown Montréal at dusk. View from Parc Jean-Drapeau.