Photographer's Note

This is a more classical view of Montréal at night taken from the Canal Lachine.

Here is the description of 11 of the 15 tallest buildings breaking Montréal skyline (from left to right):

1250 Blvd. René Lévesque (white light on top with antenna):
199m (spire 230.4m)(47 floors) build in 1992

CIBC Building (with yellow logo and antenna):
187m (45 floors) build in 1962

Marriott Château Champlain (Hotel with red Marriott logo on top):
133m (38 floors) build in 1963

1000 de la Gauchetière (tallest building of Montréal)
205m (51 floors) build in 1992

1501 McGill College (with the triangle white lights on top):
158m (36 floors) build in 1992

Place Ville-Marie (with the single white light on top):
181.1m (43 floors) build in 1962

Place de la Cathédrale (with the yellow light on top):
146m (34 floors) build in 1987

Telus Tower:
140m (34 floors) build in 1960

Bell Tower - Tour Bell (with Bell blue sign):
128m (28 floors) build in 1983

National Bank Tower - Tour de la Banque Nationale
128m (28 floors) build in 1983

Stock Exchange Tower - Tour de la Bourse (with vertical white lines):
190m (47 floors) build in 1963


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