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This ornate, Renaissance Revival building was built in 1850 to be Toronto's main meeting space and was a major centre for political speeches and concerts.
This ornate, Renaissance Revival building was built in 1850 to be Toronto's main meeting space and was a major centre for political speeches and concerts. It is now used for a diverse range of uses, from weddings to art shows.
157 King Street East, Toronto, ON, Canada
A city market has been located on the southwest corner of Front Street East and Jarvis Street for over 200 years
The Gooderham Building, generally known as the Flatiron Building, is a five-storey, wedge-shaped building at the intersection of Front, Church and Wellington Streets
This impressive, gothic revival cathedral was built in 1844
The PATH is the world's largest underground shopping complex with 27 km (16 miles) of shopping arcades
This small museum is in the enormous Redpath Sugar Refinery and details the production of sugar
A great place for hockey fans, with interactive exhibits
A shrine to Canada's pastime in the heart of the city
Gothic-style cathedral that is one of the oldest churches in Toronto
This national historic site includes 44 heritage buildings and numerous brick-lined courtyards
The glass domed Eaton Centre is a shopping mall of architectural interest and features a huge Canadian geese mobile, Flight Stop, designed by artist Michael Snow