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Notre-Dame of Montreal Basilica

Notre-Dame of Montreal Basilica is built between 1824 and 1829 AD, one look on its interior is enough to be convinced that it is a Passage. The general style is reminiscent of Alaxis, but this church houses one of the largest organs in the world, and may thus be connected to the Green Lake and the remains of Frobélius' instrument 1).

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