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The jewel of Montreal’s city parks is, without question, Mount Royal. This 200-hectare park occupies part of the mountain that lies in the midst of Montreal island, and includes the highest spot in the city. Designed by the same architect who designed Central Park in NYC - Frederick Olmstead. The lookout facing over downtown towards the river was first built in 1906 and is now officially known as the Belvédère Kondiaronk, named for the Huron chief who signed a major peace accord with the French regime in 1701. A second lookout, a famous trysting spot, faces eastward toward the Olympic Stadium. Royal shares the top of the mountain with several cemeteries: a huge Roman Catholic one, a large nondenominational one, and two quite small contiguous Jewish ones. Although not properly speaking parks, the Notre-Dame-des-Neiges and Mount Royal Cemetery can be pleasant places to stroll. Mount Royal Cemetery is especially pretty in May when flowering trees are in season, and again in the autumn.
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