Photographer's Note

Here we were at Notre-Dame Street in the way to the Montreal's Basilica of Notre-Dame. The streets of old Montreal are very charming and with nice views to take photos.

Notre-Dame Street (officially in French: Rue Notre-Dame) is a historic east-west street that runs parallel to the Saint Lawrence River. One of the oldest streets in Montreal, Notre-Dame Street was created in 1672.

In 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.

Further west, the street is home to the École de technologie supérieure and runs through Montreal's Little Burgundy neighbourhood, historically the home to the English-speaking black community. Joe Beef Restaurant is located on Notre-Dame Street in Little Burgundy.

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