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Saint Joseph's Oratory of Mount Royal

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"This oratory is the tallest church in Canada and one of the largest domed structures in the world. In addition, it is an important landmark and symbol of Montreal, which has also become a tourist attraction, with pilgrims coming from all over the world every year. Whether you are religious or not, the oratory is worth a visit to contemplate its architecture and structure. Admission to the church is free, although you can always leave a donation if you wish."
"Designated National Historic Site of Canada and one of the world’s great Catholic basilicas. Saint André of Montréal began construction in 1924 to honour Saint Joseph, the stepfather of Jesus, but did not live (1845 – 1937) to see construction completed in 1966"
"Montreal's Oratory is a majestic basilica atop Mount Royal, renowned for its grandeur, religious significance, stunning architecture, and panoramic views. Amazing place, very beautiful!"

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