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A striking union of European charm and North American attitude, Montréal seduces visitors with a harmonious pairing of the historic and the new, from exquisite architecture to fine dining.
 
The world’s second largest francophone city after Paris, it merits the moniker ‘international’ city, a cosmopolitan centre with proud roots in the past that enthusiastically embraces the future. A world leader in such industries as aeronautics, information technology and biotechnology, the city has also made significant innovations in medicine, multimedia, the arts and urban planning. Its avant-garde spirit has not gone unnoticed: in 2006, Montréal was named a UNESCO City of Design.

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Centre Sportif au Parc Olympique de Montréal

The Centre sportif au Parc Olympique de Montréal has been fully renovated and is considered to be one of the premiere diving facilities in the world. Built for the 1976 Summer Olympic Games, the Centre sportif regularly hosted the FINA Diving Grand Prix from 2007 to 2012 and now the FINA Diving World Series since 2018. The complex features 1m, 3m, 5m, 7.5m, and 10m towers, a 17m high diving platform, and numerous 1m and 3m springboards. The venue also possesses a world class dry-land training areas with padded floors, dry boards, trampolines, and resistance training equipment.