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Address: 1981 McGill College Ave, Montreal, Quebec H3A 2W7, Canada

These twin towers are architecturally impressive glass structures.

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Thought Provoking statues

These twin towers, with tinted blue glass curtain-walls, form a stunning modern complex. The set of statues are very thought provoking and are cleverly entitled “The Illuminated... read more

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Maureen S
London, Canada
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London, Canada
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Reviewed 1 week ago

These twin towers, with tinted blue glass curtain-walls, form a stunning modern complex. The set of statues are very thought provoking and are cleverly entitled “The Illuminated Crowd” by artist Raymond Mason.

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Appleton, Wisconsin
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Reviewed 18 February 2017

This is the most unique set of statues that I've ever seen. They really stuck out the first time I saw them when it was dark and rainy.

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Ede, The Netherlands
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Reviewed 7 November 2016

The longer you stare at this sculpture, the more you discover. The figures are expressing all types of emotion. It is made by Raymond Mason. from polyester with polyurethane paint, that reflects light in the dark. A must see.

Thank Joop V
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 78 helpful votes
Reviewed 20 October 2016

The Creamy Butter Color of this Sculpture is odd..but it has aged well..it's a Caricature of Village Rural Folk , arriving in Montreal, possibly for a Hockey Game or Christmas Shopping..go Figure..BNP has quietly left ..lol

Thank Andre E
Kyparissía, Messinia, Greece
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Reviewed 7 December 2015 via mobile

How beautiful is this art. How much felllings you can express from something so beautiful.. Incredible art Amazing by night with the lights..

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Jacksonville, Florida
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Reviewed 20 September 2015

Very interesting composition, people and emotions, happiness and sadness, confusion, love, anger, hope. Thank to this author . good idea and nice job. We would recommend to see this, it is easy to find.

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Reviewed 19 August 2014 via mobile

It is a little retired from all the great buildings but it is very impressive and through the statues are outside they are clean

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Karlskrona, Sweden
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Reviewed 21 June 2014 via mobile

The architecture of these buildings are impressive. It looks like several scyscrapes has been put together into one single building. Way different from the other scyscrapes in the city. In the front there is a white sculpture of different men and women together. Don't miss.

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