Adorning the waterfront of the St. Lawrence River in Old Port and Old Montreal in Quebec, Canada is the clock tower whose construction began on October 31st, 1919. The tower reaches 45 meters in height and has been referred to as "The Sailors' Memorial Clock" as it was dedicated to the sailors who died in the First World War.
As the soft pink hues and a jet stream begin to fade at sunset, the clock tower becomes illuminated highlighting the stunning architecture on this landmark. The clock tower is a prominent feature at the entrance to Old Port and has helped many ships in their travels. Visitors can tour the clock tower and journey to the top, 192 steps, where people can enjoy the stunning view of the city, one which is picturesque at sunset. ... continue below the picture...
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Old Port is a popular area for visitors to Montreal, Quebec in Canada as the venue including arts and entertainment provides ongoing activities.
Old Montreal and Old Port Clock tower at sunset, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.