This was another great architectural sight in Montreal, Canada. The Mary Queen of the World Cathedal (Cathédrale Marie-Reine-du-Monde et St-Jacques-le-Majeur), a Roman Catholic cathedral which was ambitiously modeled after the Vatican in Rome. I did not realize how big and extensive this building really was. You can barely see the copper dome and tower from street level. The dome was 252 feet tall and made in 1870-1894. I would love to see this from a drone. The twelve full sized copper statues on the roof are the apostles.