Square Dorchester

• Boulevard Rene-Levesque between rue Peel and rue Metcalfe | Montreal, QC
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The area that is now Square Dorchester was a cemetery at the beginning of the 19th century and victims of the 1832 cholera epidemic were originally buried here. The cemetery was moved in 1855 and the area is now a park that features statues of former Prime Minister Sir Wilfred Laurier and poet Robbie Burns, as well as a monument to soldiers killed in the Boer War.
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Boulevard Rene-Levesque between rue Peel and rue Metcalfe
Montreal QC

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