50th Birthday! Designed by Finnish architect Viljo Revell, Toronto City Hall opened in 1965 and is home to the municipal government of Toronto. Some may call it an icon. Toronto City Hall is the backdrop to the many cultural events which take place at Nathan Phillips Square. Nathan Phillips Square plays host to community gatherings, art installations and large concerts. Photo Roberto Portolese.

Designed by Finnish architect Viljo Revell, Toronto City Hall opened in 1965 and is home to the municipal government of Toronto.

Toronto, Canada: Long Wave; photograph by Timothy Neesam. Infinitely bouncing ball at Luminato, art installation by David Rokeby; at Allen Lambert Galleria, Brookfield Place

"Long wave" installation for "Luminato by David Rokeby. In the Allen Lambert Galleria (designed by architect Santiago Calatrava), Brookfield Place, Toronto, Canada.

Vintage cycling photos: Bay Street, Toronto, Canada - Circa 1907

Toronto has a surprisingly rich cycling history. While biking culture has experienced a resurgence over the last five years or so (some might trace.

Did you know that Toronto has the longest continuous underground pedestrian system in North America? It connects 5 subway stations and over 50 buildings. Photo by Fion N.

Street lights glowing happen to be just like moments passing in front of me, so I hopped in a cab and I paid my fair. See, I know my destination but I'm just not there in the streets.

Massey Hall Toronto Canada

Massey Hall Toronto Canada/ Playing here

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