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Montreal's Hidden "Neon Alley" In The Old Port (Photos)

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Montreal's Hidden "Neon Alley" In The Old Port (Photos)

One of the many things Montreal does right is street art. 

We got the best graffiti and murals in Canada, and some of our street tags are famous around the world. 

Montreal's Old Port is home to a lot of incredible street art, and breath taking architecture that is one of many reasons Montreal is the most unique city in Canada. 

Have you seen the Old Port's Neon Ally?

The new Neon Ally next to Flyjin bar has gone viral on social media, and just one look at the photos it's clear why people are flocking to it for their next social media posting. 

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You can check out Montreal's own Neon Ally next to Flyjin bar at 417 rue Saint-Pierre.... but it's only available to see during special events. 

You can catch it next during Montreal's F1 events.

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