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Brightly painted Victorian graystone rowhouses in Saint-Louis Square in Montréal, Canada
Photo credit: @imane.chibou
The Carré Saint-Louis, known as Saint-Louis Square (Square Saint-Louis) is an urban square in Montreal's Plateau Mont Royal, Canada, located on the site of the city's former reservoir, which was in use until 1852, after the Great Fire of 1852.
The square was created in 1876 and was named for two of the city's most prominent businessmen, brothers Emmanuel and Jean-Baptiste Saint-Louis.
The Project for Public Spaces has called the square "the closest thing to a European neighbourhood square you'll find this side of the Atlantic"
Shortly after the park was built, magnificent houses began to spring up around it. These were the homes of the upper-middle-class French Canadians who could afford to build grand domiciles with a view of the square.
Through the years, these ornate 19th century houses have also been favored by Montreal's artistic set. The homes are quite diverse. Some are decorated with delicate wrought iron trim, others boast Victorian "gingerbread", and still others are miniature adaptations of 17th-century French castles.