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Montreal, Canada - Satellite Image Map




Montreal Canada satellite image map


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Montreal Profile:


Montreal is located in southwestern Quebec, at the confluence of the Ottawa and Saint Lawrence Rivers. It is the largest city in Quebec, and the second-largest city in Canada.

Visible Communities in the Satellite Image:


There are other cities and communities which are visible in this image. These include Salaberry-De-Valleyfield, St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu, Granby, St-Bruno-De-Montarville, Chambly, Terrebonne, Joliette, St-Jerome, Ste-Therese, Vaudreuil-Dorion, Melocheville, Dorval, St-Constant, La Prairie, Farnham, and Lachute.

Visible Features in the Satellite Image:


Other features visible in this image include: the Monteregian Hills, specifically Mont St. Hilaire, Rougemont, and Mont Yamaska east of the city. Other features include the numerous islands in the St. Lawrence River, some of which are Ile de Montreal, Ile Perrot, Ile des Soeurs, Ile Notre Dame, Ile Ste-Helene, Iles de Vercheres, and Ile Grosbois. There is a considerable amount of agriculture in this image, which is able to be seen as a patchwork of long narrow lots.

Population:


3600000

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