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Cathcart Street
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This small street (just 5 street corner) wedged between the Phillips Place and Mansfield is under the shadow of Place Ville-Marie. It owes its name to Charles Murray, Earl of Cathcart, who was the seventeenth General Governor of Canada. This amateur scientist was also an Officer during the Napoleonic wars.

Former name of this street : rue Hart.

Boroughs / districts where theses pictures where taken : Downtown

CODEIMTL 4026 : Last update of this page 2009-11-04 | 10405 hits on this page since 2010/12/31

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Pictures taken on this street

Christmas at Place Ville Marie
Christmas at  Place Ville Marie
CathCart Street
CathCart Street
Square Phillips
Square Phillips

Historical buildings and skysrapers on this street

Le New Birks Building
 Le New Birks Building
Altitude Montreal
Altitude Montreal
Canada Cement Company Building
Canada Cement Company Building
Victoria Rifles Association
Victoria Rifles Association
Marriott Renaissance
Marriott Renaissance
Turkish Bath Hotel
Turkish Bath Hotel

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  Montreal's streets : some facts Source ville.montreal.qc.ca
  • St. Lawrence Boulevard separates addresses between East and West for more than 100 years
  • Saint Paul Street is among the first road of Montreal, officially traced in 1673
  • The longest street in Montreal is Gouin Boulevard with his 50 Km




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