The skyline of the downtown area of the City of Montreal, Quebec is stunning at sunset with the Clock Tower being the prominent building as it lights up the waterfront along the St. Lawrence River. The lights from the Clock Tower reflect off the surface of the water as the buildings in the downtown core twinkle as darkness sets in.
Across the St. Lawrence River at the Navette vers le Vieux-Port on Ile Sainte-Helene, the skyline is stunning as hundreds of skyscrapers sweep across the region. The waterfront trees become silhouetted as the sunset hours come to a close and the pinkish yellow hues start to darken.
Approximately 3,650,000 people reside in Montreal making it the largest city in Quebec and the downtown core needs this many buildings as this is where many spend their days working. ... continue below the picture...
... Visitors will find the sunsets picturesque from across the river, one which is hard to forget while visiting Montreal, Quebec.
City of Montreal Skyline and the Clock Tower in the Old Montreal Port at sunset seen from across the St Lawrence River at the Navette vers le Vieux-Port on Ile Sainte-Helene, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.