The World Trade Centre MontrÉal and the ruelle des Fortifications
Inaugurated in 1992 and occupying a large city block in Old Montréal, the World Trade Centre Montréal comprises historic buildings that were fully renovated then linked together by a spectacular glass-covered promenade where strolling is a pleasure in any season.
A true indoor village, this chic, multipurpose complex features a great shopping gallery with more than 20 boutiques, restaurants, cafés and service outlets.More infos
Past and Present: A Historical Discovery Tour
May 30, 2013
A FRAGMENT OF THE BERLIN WALL
On permanent display within the WTCM, in the Ruelle des Fortifications, is a segment of the Berlin Wall that is part of Montréal's public art collection. Given to the City of Montréal by the City of Berlin to mark Montréal's 350th bithday, the fragment bears witness to Berlin's return to the community of free cities after the fall of the Wall on November 9, 1989.