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Greystone Victorian row houses with details in eye- popping hues laid out in 1876 around the Square Saint Louis.
The park itself was described as one of most beautiful in Montreal because of its European elegance which is due to the tree-lined park and fountain.
A monument to the poet Emile Nelligan sits in the northeast corner near such a lovely house where the writer lived.

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Additional Photos by Robert Deschenes (clic) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 2829 W: 0 N: 3555] (23596)
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