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  • THINGS TO DO AT ~ L U C I E N  L ‘ A L L I E R ~ 🏙🏛🏗 (2/62)⁣
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*the handy list version*⁣
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-Centre Bell, where your only statistically tangible chance of seeing a celebrity is in this city 🤩⁣
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-the bougiest and BIGGEST Provigo you’ve ever seen in your whole goddamn life (glassy tilework and amazing escalators and grocery selection so be sure to give it a visit)⁣
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-The Guaranteed Pure Milk Bottle landmark / water tower (yes this is a real thing! Located on top of 1025 rue Lucien-L’Allier at the former HQ of the Guaranteed Pure Milk Company and weighs 6 tons) 🍼🍼🍼🍼🍼⁣
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-Lucien-L’Allier Train/AMT station (for those days you wanna just spontaneously go to Vaudreuil)⁣
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-there are some sick glass skyscrapers 🌃 on rené-levesque in this area that give off ~Yonge Street Vibes~ (warning, do not come here if you’re from the GTA/surrounding area or you’ll be vv sad and homesick @expl0dingnebula)⁣
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-swipe to see lucien l'allier fully embracing the slytherin aesthetic and making the experience like that of entering a witch's cauldron 🧙‍♀️🐍⁣
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📰I M P O R T A N T  H I S T O R I C A L  F A C T 📰⁣
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This station was named after Lucien L’Allier - the chief engineer for the initial work of STCUM (Société de Transport de la Communauté Urbaine De Montreal - don’t snicker at that acronym have some respect for heaven’s sake 😤😤😤), and for the construction of St.Helen’s Island and Île Notre-Dame for expo 67. In other words, next time you use STM, whether it be by bus or metro, always give thanks to Lucien, #godofSTM 🙏🙏
  • THINGS TO DO AT ~ L U C I E N L ‘ A L L I E R ~ 🏙🏛🏗 (2/62)⁣

    *the handy list version*⁣

    -Centre Bell, where your only statistically tangible chance of seeing a celebrity is in this city 🤩⁣

    -the bougiest and BIGGEST Provigo you’ve ever seen in your whole goddamn life (glassy tilework and amazing escalators and grocery selection so be sure to give it a visit)⁣

    -The Guaranteed Pure Milk Bottle landmark / water tower (yes this is a real thing! Located on top of 1025 rue Lucien-L’Allier at the former HQ of the Guaranteed Pure Milk Company and weighs 6 tons) 🍼🍼🍼🍼🍼⁣

    -Lucien-L’Allier Train/AMT station (for those days you wanna just spontaneously go to Vaudreuil)⁣

    -there are some sick glass skyscrapers 🌃 on rené-levesque in this area that give off ~Yonge Street Vibes~ (warning, do not come here if you’re from the GTA/surrounding area or you’ll be vv sad and homesick @expl0dingnebula)⁣

    -swipe to see lucien l'allier fully embracing the slytherin aesthetic and making the experience like that of entering a witch's cauldron 🧙‍♀️🐍⁣

    📰I M P O R T A N T H I S T O R I C A L F A C T 📰⁣

    This station was named after Lucien L’Allier - the chief engineer for the initial work of STCUM (Société de Transport de la Communauté Urbaine De Montreal - don’t snicker at that acronym have some respect for heaven’s sake 😤😤😤), and for the construction of St.Helen’s Island and Île Notre-Dame for expo 67. In other words, next time you use STM, whether it be by bus or metro, always give thanks to Lucien, #godofSTM 🙏🙏
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  • Senza pensare che ci sia stato assegnato un cammino,con la certezza di essere noi a costruirci il destino, per non sfogare l’impotenza in un pianto, perché la vita te la fai non te la sceglie qualcun’altro
  • Senza pensare che ci sia stato assegnato un cammino,con la certezza di essere noi a costruirci il destino, per non sfogare l’impotenza in un pianto, perché la vita te la fai non te la sceglie qualcun’altro
  •  5  1  2 hours ago
  • Day 2 in Montreal.
알찬 오비게이션과의 하루. 역시 리뷰 만점 짜리 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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#montreal #몽레알정복
  • Day 2 in Montreal.
    알찬 오비게이션과의 하루. 역시 리뷰 만점 짜리 ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️
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    #montreal #몽레알정복
  •  4  0  2 hours ago
  • Dico di sì, bicchiere vuoto
Aspettami, ritorno a nuoto
E siamo in isolamento
Ma con un'isola dentro
  • Dico di sì, bicchiere vuoto
    Aspettami, ritorno a nuoto
    E siamo in isolamento
    Ma con un'isola dentro
  •  8  1  2 hours ago

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  • Parce je n’en sais jamais assez sur ma ville. Suite à la construction de l’Hôtel-Dieu coin St-Urbain et Pins (1861), les religieuses cèdent à la ville les terrains au sud de l’hôpital pour ouvrir de nouvelles rues, dont Sainte-Famille, tracée en 1862 et située dans l’axe de la chapelle de l’Hôtel-Dieu. Le charme de cette rue tient aux nombreux arbres qui la bordent et à l’homogénéité architecturale des bâtiments, presque tous construits à la fin du XIXe siècle et au début du XXe siècle. 🏥 
Because I never know enough on my city. Following the construction of the Hôtel-Dieu hospital corner St-Urbain and Pine (1861), the nuns granted to Montreal the lands located south of the hospital for the opening of new streets, including Sainte-Famille Street, opened in 1862 and located in the axis of the Hôtel-Dieu chapel. The charm of this street relies on the numerous trees that border it, and on the architectural homogeneity of the buildings, most of them built in the late 19th century and beginning of the 20th century.
#passionmontreal_streets
  • Parce je n’en sais jamais assez sur ma ville. Suite à la construction de l’Hôtel-Dieu coin St-Urbain et Pins (1861), les religieuses cèdent à la ville les terrains au sud de l’hôpital pour ouvrir de nouvelles rues, dont Sainte-Famille, tracée en 1862 et située dans l’axe de la chapelle de l’Hôtel-Dieu. Le charme de cette rue tient aux nombreux arbres qui la bordent et à l’homogénéité architecturale des bâtiments, presque tous construits à la fin du XIXe siècle et au début du XXe siècle. 🏥
    Because I never know enough on my city. Following the construction of the Hôtel-Dieu hospital corner St-Urbain and Pine (1861), the nuns granted to Montreal the lands located south of the hospital for the opening of new streets, including Sainte-Famille Street, opened in 1862 and located in the axis of the Hôtel-Dieu chapel. The charm of this street relies on the numerous trees that border it, and on the architectural homogeneity of the buildings, most of them built in the late 19th century and beginning of the 20th century.
    #passionmontreal_streets
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