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    L'avenue du Mont-Royal est une rue surtout commerciale, traversant l'arrondissement du Plateau-Mont-Royal et une partie de celui de Rosemont–La Petite-Patrie à Montréal. On y trouve des boutiques, restaurants, cafés et bars. En particulier, il y loge plusieurs friperies et magasins d'échantillons vestimentaires, ainsi que maintes boutiques de livres et de disques usagés.

    Boulevard Saint-Laurent, also known as the "Main" (main street), is a major north-south commercial street in Montreal. He was the host home to many immigrants who settled there and founded many small shops and restaurants. This street was named in honor of Lawrence of Rome. 

    Boulevard Saint-Laurent is the oldest artery have been developed to the north from the old fortifications, and most important north-south axis of Montreal. This way, created within the walls of the city in 1672 under the name of Saint-Lambert, becomes beyond the St. Lawrence door and walls, the path to the country. The street continues north by a road to the parish of St. Lawrence, founded in 1720,

    Close to us adjescant Street between Prince Arthur Av Laval and Saint-Denis a magnificent square or it is good to relax and see the lovely Victorian houses of 1900 century.

    Rue Saint-Denis is a shopping street in Montreal. It is famous for its cafes, terraces, restaurants, bookstores and specialty shops. 

    Rue Saint-Denis (also designated route 335) extends from the borough of Ville-Marie, opposite the chapel Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours, until the Ahuntsic-Cartierville borough. From its southern end, it passes through the borough of Ville-Marie in which it is the main route, the Plateau-Mont-Royal which is a major shopping street, and the borough of Rosemont-La Petite-country near the Jean-Talon market. She finally crosses the borough of Villeray-Saint-Michel-Parc-Extension and Ahuntsic-Cartierville. 

    Rue Saint-Denis is named in honor of Bishop Denis de Paris.