New Photo Exhibition

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July 15, 2016 / Posted by   SDC Vieux-Montréal  Oliver Marshall 

The Return of the Photo Exhibit on the Corner of De La Commune and King Streets in the Faubourg des Récollets

Old Montreal is rich with heritage and architectural prowess and is host to many exciting events and elegant buildings. All in all, Old Montreal is more alive than ever and has no cause to be envious of any of the world’s top tourist destinations.

So come discover or re-discover the historic district’s quintessential charm with a new photo exhibit alongside the Old Port on De La Commune Street between King and Queen Streets. This photo exhibit, brought to you by SDC Vieux-Montréal, is also a platform to showcase the district’s many rich commercial services.

You will also find a wonderful floral arrangement to enhance the area’s charm and make it more pleasant for all passersby, cyclists and local workers who wish to take a minute to stop and smell the roses.

This project would not have been possible without the collaboration of Héritage Maritime Canada who set up the site in this sector of the district. The content of the exhibit will be renewed every year for a minimal period of 3 years, or until 2019.

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Oliver Marshall

Big hair, do care! As our translator, Oliver makes sure that our blog authors’ message resonates to Montreal’s English community and to tourists who contribute to the success and vibrancy of Old Montreal. Even at the age of 21, he has proven to be our language aficionado as he puts great care in being meticulous and reliable in his work. Born and raised in Mile End, he is a true Montrealer who is driven by a fierce sense of pride in his city. During his free time, he loves to cook and play bass in his band: Brain Flower. Contact | oliver.h.s.marshall@gmail.com

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