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Built in the 1930s, this beautiful Art Deco building is Toronto's largest water treatment facility and has been designated a national historic civil engineering site.
Built in the 1930s, this beautiful Art Deco building is Toronto's largest water treatment facility and has been designated a national historic civil engineering site. It's been featured in a number of films and TV shows.
2701 Queen Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada
This Beach landmark was built in the 1920s
It is one of the most photographed buildings in the Beach
This park includes a large children's playground and wading pool in the north-west corner
This is one of the original houses from when the area was settled
Riverdale Farm located in the heart of Cabbagetown, is a turn of the century, that would be the twentieth century, Ontario farm and the site of Toronto's first zoo
Rosedale Valley is an enormous green space separating Rosedale from the Yorkville neighbourhood in downtown Toronto
Todmorden Mills is an early settlement area near the Don River
Explore science in a fun and exciting way
This national historic site includes 44 heritage buildings and numerous brick-lined courtyards
Allan Gardens located at the south side of Carlton Street between Jarvis and Sherbourne Streets, is a conservatory containing six greenhouses on large landscaped grounds