Interesting Mont-Royal roofs

One area of town that is lesser-known to many anglophones is the commercial strip along Av. du Mont-Royal E. While most tend to frequent the area around Saint-Laurent and Saint-Denis, the area is bustling until well past Papineau and De Lorimier. While much of the area is architecturally pleasant if non-descript, there are exceptions, including the monastery at the corner of Saint-Hubert and these domed roofs on street-corner buildings. Pointing to the first era of major development in the area, time stamps of “1906” and “1912” on the first two prove that many buildings in the neighbourhood are reaching the century mark. 

  

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