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McGill University gates (Milton gates) on University Street
Lower University Street, with Place Bonaventure (left) and ICAO HQ (right)

University Street (French: Rue University) is a major north-south street located in downtown Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

The street runs from the foot of Quebec Autoroute 10 to the slopes of Mount Royal, where it ends at the Royal Victoria Hospital and the Montreal Neurological Institute.

McGill University has many of its buildings on the street. There are also several notable buildings located on the southern portion of the street, including Place Ville Marie, Place Bonaventure, Tour Telus and the world headquarters of the ICAO.

At its southern end, the street forms the western boundary of the Quartier international de Montréal, with a colonnade of pillars encasing a stylized representation of the flags of the world.[1]

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Coordinates: 45°30′13″N 73°34′14″W / 45.503518°N 73.570496°W / 45.503518; -73.570496

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