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Autographed & Game-Worn Sports Memorabilia www.cbbccollectibles.com

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Échangeur turcot - montréal

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Happy days

Happy days

Alicja’s 19th Birthday at Vendome Park, Montreal, Quebec. June 18th 2011

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Montreal_f1_003

Battle for the lead – Ferrari Challange at the Canadian Grand Prix 2011

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Dezio nixon

Dezio nixon

Day two: After waking up, still with that breath filled with garlic and onion, me and Nixon set off to do a secound wall. As accustomed, we had decided to start painting early to have the whole day ahead of us but we ended up only reaching the wall at …

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Montréal 1963. le 1300, rue forfar.

Archives Ville de Montréal, 1963. Secteur dit du "Goose Village" www.flickr.com/photos/urbexplo/5858602660 Coin de rue Menai. Ce coin de rue, alliant commerces et logements, portait le no.72 sur la liste du projet de démolition de ce secteur. Les rues Forfar et Menai n’existe plus. Un vaste projet d’autoroute a balayé …

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Beautiful 110yr old upright piano.

This upright piano was passed down to our client from her grandfathers father and is in very good shape for 110yrs!

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Place jean-paul-riopelle: montreal fountain la joute stage 2

Though technically lying outside the limits of the historic district, Old Montreal, Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle is just a short walk north of Old Montréal and is well worth the trip. The square is home to a public art work, "La Joute," completed in 1969 by the Québec artist Jean-Paul Riopelle (1923–2002). …

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Defense de stationner

Defense de stationner

Montreal, Canada From the blog at: www.nomadicpursuits.com/

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The acrobat’s ankle

The acrobat's ankle

Outside the Cirque de soleil tent in Old Montreal.

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