Where in the world?

Here’s a photo of a mystery city. Do you know or can you guess where it is, and which languages are spoken there?

Photo of mystery city

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6 Responses to Where in the world?

  1. Rina Kampeas says:

    My guess is that the city is Montreal, Quebec, Canada. If my guess is right, then the official languages spoken there are French and English, although many others are heard as well.

  2. renato figueiredo says:

    I don’t know which city is, but it is realy Canada. French, English and Inuktituk are the main lnguages.

  3. J says:

    That’s Montreal! The domed building in front is the hôtel de ville. Which means English and French (and Franglais) are the main languages. (I wouldn’t call Inuktituk a “main” language.)

  4. David says:

    I had one look at it, and I could see all the French architecture. Though I knew it wasn’t Paris, so I’m going to say Montreal too. And the Language spoken there are French and English.

  5. Kristin says:

    Finally, one I know. It’s definitely Montréal, the Vieux Port just east of Place Jacques Cartier, looking toward downtown. French and English are the primary languages with immigrant populations speaking Greek, Italian, Chinese, and Arabic, among other languages.

  6. Simon says:

    It is indeed Montreal / Montréal, and the main languages spoken there are French and English. Other languages spoken there include Italian, Arabic, Spanish, Chinese, Greek, Haitian Creole, Portuguese, Vietnamese and Polish.