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Montreal skyline, Quebec
The world�s second-largest French-speaking city after Paris, with 3.4 million residents, Montreal is also a melting pot of cultures from around the world, as seen in its mosaic of neighbourhoods and diversity of restaurants.
Built on Montreal Island at the confluence of the Saint Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers, the city�s rich architectural heritage spans four centuries of history from the French Regime to the modern era.
Bordered on all sides by the St. Lawrence River, Montreal is the largest port on a seaway that links the Atlantic to the Great Lakes.
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