Parc Jean Drapeau is a large park in Montreal located on Ile Saint-Hélène and Ile Notre-Dame, in the Saint-Lawrence river. It is named after Jean Drapeau, who served as mayor of Montreal for many years. The islands were the site of Expo 67 and the best-known and most visible feature of the park, the Montreal Biosphere, is a remnant of that event: It was the pavilion of the United States during the Expo.
Above, Parc Jean Drapeau seen from Quai de l’Horloge, on the other side of the Saint-Lawrence river.
Above, Montreal Biosphere in the early morning.
Above, Quai de l’Horloge and Clock Tower, with the skyscrapers of Downtown in the background.
Above, Parc de Dieppe.
Above, Pont Jacques Cartier.
Above, there are many walking paths in the park.
Above, Pont de la Concorde.
Above, Pont Victoria.
Above, sculpture on Place de l’Homme.
Above, on the bridge between Ile Sainte-Hélène and Ile Notre-Dame.
Above, Passerelle du Cosmos.
Above, Tour de Lévis (Levis Tower).