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About this place
Le square Saint-Louis ou carré Saint-Louis est un square situé dans l'arrondissement du Plateau-Mont-Royal à Montréal. À voir; la fontaine du Square Saint-Louis (1849), le monument à Octave Crémazie (1906) et le monument à Émile Nelligan (2005).
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I love to sit in this park and read there is a big water fountain and loads of beautiful flowers.
This is beautiful small park full of squirrels. There are so many of them all around which is very cute.
Possible Montreal's prettiest park? Small, surrounded by lovely Victorian architecture.
Near the Sherbrooke Metro Station, Square Saint-Louis rates as one of Montréal's prettiest old squares and is set in a turn-of-the-century French-Canadian residential quarter. In the little streets around the tree-shaded square, there are still a few attractive Victorian houses. Some now house…
Right down the street. Lively park in the summer. Beautiful fountain and a lot of trees. There is also a nice little coffee shop.