Saint Paul Street in Montreal, Canada - Encircle Photos

14 Saint Paul Street in Montreal, Canada

Branching off of Jacques Cartier Square and running North-South one block from the waterfront is Montreal’s oldest street: Rue Saint-Paul. This began as a dirt path around a fort. In 1672, it was paved and named after the city’s founder Maisonneuve because he had his home here in the mid-17th century. Today, the shops and restaurants of this cobblestone street cater mainly to tourists. You will visit two major landmarks on Saint Paul Street after exploring the Old Port.

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140 St. Paul St E, Montreal, QC H2Y 1G6, Canada

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