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Very close to a major hub like Berri, you clearly spot the elegant structure of the Church. The interiors is a relaxing place with frescoes on the walls and ceiling. It is worth stopping by and check it out.
The building from the street is elegant, with its formal facade and massive dome in the center of the building. We entered and the building is equally inspiring inside. It is a monument to the faithful, and its frescos, architectural details and soaring roof up...More
I have passed beside it a lot in my numerous visits to Montreal, but after seeing many churches in Europe I paid attention to it. It is definitely a gem without attention. It has excellent decorations in its interior.
This is one of the most beautiful tributes to Our Lady of Lourdes I have ever seen. A real treasure for this city that was once named for the Blessed Virgin.
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