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Château Ramezay is a museum, formerly a residence over 300 years old, in the old part of Montréal. First designated as a museum in 1895, the Château has a history as a public-access heritage facility that dates back longer than virtually any building of any kind in my home town of Calgary. It was a great place to visit and see a number of exhibits on the history of Montréal, as well as enjoy the building itself and its garden. In the basement, I was fascinated by these light fixtures casting a spray of light on various walls, and so made a photo of the detail.
Spray of Light, Montreal
Montreal Quebec Canada


Château Ramezay is a museum, formerly a residence over 300 years old, in the old part of Montréal. First designated as a museum in 1895, the Château has a history as a public-access heritage facility that dates back longer than virtually any building of any kind in my home town of Calgary. It was a great place to visit and see a number of exhibits on the history of Montréal, as well as enjoy the building itself and its garden. In the basement, I was fascinated by...
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