Ville souterraine montreal



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Description: RГ©so, Montreal's underground city.

Now one of Montreal's biggest tourist attractions, the RÉSO or Underground City keeps Montrealers safe and warm during the cold winter months. It is home to numerous shops and restaurants and is connected to subways, train stations, hotels, etc.

trend that would eventually lead to the construction of the largest underground city in the world. The shopping center, called Place Ville-Marie, was designed by famed architect I.M. Pei and was modeled after New York City's Rockefeller Center.

When the Metro was built in 1966 - in time for Expo '67 - more subterranean malls began appearing and tunnels adjoined the subway stations with important locations around the city - like office buildings and hotels - eventually forming what would be the central segment of the underground city, now known as RÉSO (a homonym for the French word "réseau", meaning "network".)






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