The Place Royale is located in Quebec. The Notre Dame des Victoires is a very interesting and photogenic place that is worth a peaceful visit without the hustle and bustle of other tourists. I recommend going at 9 am in the summer to quietly observe everything before the hourdes of tourists begin to enter.
One might have thought that in some plaza there were fountains that only pump out water, but not in Montreal. There's a place that also had fire as an additional component. Jean Paul Riopelle Square was almost just in front of our hotel, Le Dauphin, and its uniqueness we all went to take photos. A sculpture called The Joute, is surrounded by water and a fire ring. Apart from this it's the most beautiful part of the square, where we can find 11 different species of Canadian trees among the 88 that are planted. The water and fire shows are held at determined times.
Place des Arts is named so because it is in the center of Montreal's growing arts district. The square is a simple grid surrounded by various buildings related to the arts like the Maison symphonique, some television and recording studios, the Théâtre du Nouveau Monde, and the Palais des Congres de Montreal. Every summer, the place is totally packed with tens of thousands of spectators attending Montreal's famous Francofolies and Jazz Festivals. It's a really lovely place to walk around and confirms Montreal's status as the art capital of Canada.