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Built in Montreal in 1893, the Monument-National was for decades an essential stop for the great French, English, and Yiddish vaudevillians, as well as stars like Edith Piaf, Emma Albani, and Maurice Schwartz. It once housed the Starland, one of the first cinemas in North America. Quebec's first feminist launched their campaigns here in the 1900s. Fully renovated for its one-hundredth anniversary, today the Monument-National's romantic past is linked to renewed possibilities for the future.
Since February 2016, Le Monument National is hosting La Serre - Art vivants office.