Bonjour! We're headed to the largest city in the province of Quebec, also known as Montreal, Canada in this episode of Travel Thru History. First, we'll dance the night away at one of the largest outdoor music festivals in the world, the Franco Folies (franco folee) de Montreal. Enjoy the sights and sounds of over one thousand different musicians in this celebration of the French culture. From new music to old, we'll visit the 120-year-old pipe organ at the Notre-Dame Basilica. You won't find any hunchbacks here, but the music from this magnificent beast is sure to send a chill down your spine. Then, we'll take you deep down to the city beneath the city at the Pointe-a-Calliere (Poont-a-Cal-eee-AIR) Museum of Archaeology and History. Discover Montreal's origins dating back to the 16th century and revisit every period in the city's past. Next, we'll walk through a replica of five different ecosystems at the Biodome right next to "The Big O", the Olympic Stadium of '76. Finally, no trip to Montreal is complete without seeing and hearing the acoustical masterpiece known as the Maison Symphonique de Montreal.