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Rosedale Valley is an enormous green space separating Rosedale from the Yorkville neighbourhood in downtown Toronto.
Rosedale Valley is an enormous green space separating Rosedale from the Yorkville neighbourhood in downtown Toronto. The view from the north side of the valley is absolutely breathtaking, with skyscrapers giving way to a very steep, tree-filled slope. The best view is from the bridge that carries Sherbourne Street across the valley. It is also a pleasant place to stroll during the day, a green oasis just north of the hustle and bustle of downtown, however, like the rest of the ravines in the city, it is extremely unsafe at night.
Toronto, ON, Canada
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Gothic-style cathedral that is one of the oldest churches in Toronto
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