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Saint Joseph's Oratory of Montreal

We went on a tour of Montreal and  we stopped here on the dreary, rainy day at the Saint Joseph’s Oratory of Montreal (Oratoire Saint-Joseph). This is a huge Roman Catholic bascillica and National Shrine started in 1904-1914. It is at the top of Mount Royal in Montreal, Canada and the external part of the building is in the Renaissance Revival style while the interior was Art Deco. It took 6 decades to build this huge structure and is the tallest building in Montreal.

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