The Unknown City

Book - 2003
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Montreal: The Unknown City is part of our best-selling series of urban city guides. As one of North America's most popular travel destinations, Montreal is world renowned for its European style, countless festivals, scintillating nightlife, and world-class cuisine. But with more than 350 years of history, Canada's original megalopolis conceals more than its share of little-known charms.

Montreal: The Unknown City offers a lesser-known take on remarkable places, wide-open spaces, and world-famous faces that make the city and district unique. A fun-filled resource for visitors and locals alike, its ten sections are packed with notorious scandals, strange-but-true anecdotes, and indiscreet facts. From whispered-about cycling paths to cut-rate shopping, astonishing eateries and skinny dipping, this book has Montreal uncovered.

Fact-filled, funny, and fearless, Montreal: The Unknown City showcases the island metropolis from a one-of-a-kind perspective.

Two-colour throughout, with more than 150 black and white photographs.

Publisher: Vancouver, BC : Arsenal Pulp Press : 2003
ISBN: 9781551521190
Branch Call Number: 917.1428 G782m
Characteristics: 271p illus
Additional Contributors: Gravenor, John David


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