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The history of this seminary is really amazing, make sure you look it up! Even better sit on a bench at Place d'Armes and read about it! Right next to Notre Dame. Not open to the general public, but you can peer through the gate!
But not open to general public.
I do remember they have sort of tunnels. Two years later, in one of books I read (forgot the name), it mentioned the rumors back then that a woman who fled to the States claimed that there was lots...More
Built in 1685. The Sulpician Preist Seminary is not open to the public but is a magnificant example of early French architecture in Montreal and the oldest one where the priests still live today. They were the owners of the Island of Montreal at one...More