1976 – Biodome, Montreal, Quebec

Architect: Roger Tallibert

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The Montreal Biodome is the largest attraction in Quebec. It houses a tropical forest, a Laurentian forest, the St. Lawrence ecosystem, and the polar world under one vast transparent roof. Part of the Olympic complex, it was originally built as the velodrome for the 1976 Olympics.

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