Montreal’s Historic Places: Westmount

23 Jan

Last week, the Canadian federal government named the city of Westmount, a tiny enclave in the city of Montreal, one of Canada’s “iconic neighbourhoods” for its architecture. The historic city is a perfect example of a victorian and post-victorian neighbourhood with its many old houses.

Westmount Public Library

Small brick house in Westmount

Hurtubise House, the oldest house in Westmount

House in Westmount

Trafalgar Lodge in Westmount

First photo [Via Montreal Mosaic]
Second photo [Via Opération Patrimoine]
Third photo [Via Wikipedia]
Fourth photo [Via CBC News]
Fifth photo [Via Openfile]

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