Square Victoria

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Regional / municipal park

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Evaluation year by Kéroul: 2020

Square Victoria
Square Victoria
Montréal, (Québec)

Phone 1:
Website: mtl.org/

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Created during the 19th century, the Square was named after Queen Victoria (1819-1901). The monument dedicated to the illustrious monarch was the work of British sculptor Marshall Wood and was unveiled in 1872. The entrance to the métro station in the Square bears an authentic Paris métro railing. The Art Nouveau casting was designed by Hector Guimard in 1900 and was offered to the City of Montréal by the City of Paris, on the occasion of the 1967 World Exhibition.


Parking* | (situé : sur la rue Saint-Jacques à l'intersection de la rue du Square-Victoria)

Caractéristique motrice Exterior parking lot

Caractéristique motrice Parking meter for handicapped persons

Caractéristique motrice One or more reserved parking spaces : 1

Caractéristique motrice Reserved parking spaces along the street

Additional information

Reserved parking place located on rue Saint-Jacques at the intersection of rue du Square-Victoria.

Outdoor activity* : Sentier pédestre

Caractéristique motrice Access to walking trail without obstacles

Caractéristique motrice Walking trail: no slope

Caractéristique motrice Walking trail on interlocking brick

Caractéristique motrice Walking trail: width of more than 1 m

Caractéristique motrice Walking trail: interpretive panel at less than 1.2 m from the ground