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Building's name

Former Notre-Dame Library


Other name(s): Caserne Saint-Henri, Caserne n 24

Location / address
4700 Notre-Dame Street West
Montréal
Quebec, Canada

Near Metro station Place-Saint-Henri

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  Bus : 36, 191

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Borough Saint-Henri / Petite-Bourgogne
Arrondissement Sud-Ouest
Centre de l'Île

3 floors(overground)

Architect

J. H. Macduff  
Ludger Lemieux  


Year of completion
1898

Building type
Public Building

Last update:
2014-03-07

CodeIMTL 2086



Former Notre-Dame Library


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