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  1. Notre-Dame Basilica (Montreal) - Wikipedia

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    Notre-Dame Basilica (French: Basilique Notre-Dame de Montréal) is a basilica in the historic district of Old Montreal, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.The church is located at 110 Notre-Dame Street West, at the corner of Saint Sulpice Street.

  2. Notre-Dame Basilica - La Basilique Notre-Dame

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    The creation of the Basilica; The basilica : a very active place; Interior design. The origins of the decor; The Basilica: a work of art; Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Coeur chapel; Pastoral Services. Masses and Adoration; Celebrations and sacraments. Baptism; Forgiveness; Eucharist; Confirmation; Weddings; Anointing of the sick; Funerals; Obtain a ...

  3. Notre-Dame Basilica, Montreal - Tripadvisor

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    According to Tripadvisor travelers, these are the best ways to experience Notre-Dame Basilica: History Walking Tour of Old Montreal (From $17.87) Montreal City Hop-on Hop-off Tour (From $44.28)

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  4. Visit Notre Dame Basilica in Montreal | Expedia

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    This neo-Gothic masterwork is one of the most popular locations in Montreal. Thousands enter Notre-Dame Basilica’s doors each day during the summer months. It is a Canadian national icon, hosting such high-profile events as Pope John Paul II’s 1984 visit and Celine Dion’s 1994 wedding.

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    Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal (Basilique Notre-Dame de Montreal) is ranked #7 out of 13 things to do in Montreal. See pictures and our review of Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal (Basilique Notre ...

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    The creation of the Basilica; The basilica : a very active place; Interior design. The origins of the decor; The Basilica: a work of art; Notre-Dame-du-Sacré-Coeur chapel; Pastoral Services. Masses and Adoration; Celebrations and sacraments. Baptism; Forgiveness; Eucharist; Confirmation; Weddings; Anointing of the sick; Funerals; Obtain a ...

  7. Notre-Dame Basilica (Montreal, Quebec): Hours, Address ...

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    Old Montreal Walking Tour + Notre-Dame Basilica (Small Group) 128 reviews. $47.33 per adult. More info. Popular: Booked by 977 travellers! Quick View.

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  8. Montreal's Notre-Dame Basilica faces funding crunch as COVID ...

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    Aug 14, 2020 · MONTREAL — One of Canada’s best-known religious landmarks, the Notre-Dame Basilica in Montreal, is seeking urgent government assistance to withstand a budget shortfall caused by COVID-19. Claudia Morissette, director of the historic church in Old Montreal, said Notre-Dame expects to be short about $12 million in revenues this year as cultural events and guided visits remain suspended …

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    Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal. 110 Notre-Dame Street West, Montreal, Quebec H2Y 1T1 CANADA. Métro Place-d'Armes. 1 866 842 2925. Social. Follow us on Facebook.

  10. Jun 23, 2018 · Notre-Dame Basilica. Located in the heart of Old Montreal is the city’s most beautiful church and religious site. The catholic church began in Montreal in the mid 17th century when Montreal was still known as Ville-Marie to the local French soldiers and fur traders. The first Notre-Dame Church of Montreal was built in 1672.