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major city. ontario canada. on lake ontario near niagara falls and buffalo new york. most of the modern growth since late 20th century. development late 19th-21st century. "reason over passion." multiculturalism.
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}{     Humber Bay Arch Bridge,Toronto, 1994, Montgomery Sisam Architects & Delcan Corp (bridge engineers)

Humber Bay Arch Bridge, Toronto, Canada by Montgomery Sisam Architects and Delcan Corp bridge engineers

Nikola Tesla, ~ Ontario, Canada. El genio mas grande de todos los tiempos, vilipendiado por los poderosos, odiado por Edison, quien lo envidiaba a muerte

Nikola Tesla, ~ Ontario, Canada. El genio mas grande de todos los tiempos, vilipendiado por los poderosos, odiado por Edison, quien lo envidiaba a muerte

The Confederation Life Building on Richmond Street East in Toronto was built in 1892 by Knox and Elliot. The 7 floor Romanesque Revival architecture office was home to insurer Confederation Life.  A fire almost gutted the building in or around the 1970s, but the structure survived and was restored for new tenants.

Creator: Unknown Date: 1910 Identifier: PC 1383 Format: Postcard Rights: Public domain Courtesy: Toronto Public Library You can order order a print or high-resolution copy.

Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada

Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto, Canada - I recall the totem poles in the stairwells - from the first time my Dad took me to the museum!

You've all seen the "Dice house" on Sumach near the DVP. One of the most unique homes you'll see near Leslievile.

These 3 cubes, inspired by Piet Blom's Kubuswoningen, were the first part of Ben Kutner and Jeff Brown's plan to build cubes on otherwise unbuildable pieces of land. That's how this one ended on a tiny spur of Sumach Street off of Eastern Ave.

HIDDEN TORONTO: 50 OF THE CITY'S BEST-KEPT SECRETS From Alan Crossley’s flying saucer to Noel Harding’s Elevated Wetlands, Toronto is home to some mind-bending public spaces, some made by humans, others carved by nature.

Hidden Toronto: a growing list of the city's best-kept secrets

From Alan Crossley’s flying saucer to Noel Harding’s Elevated Wetlands, Toronto is home to some mind-bending public spaces, some made by humans, others carved by nature.

TTC  Toronto  Peter  Witt  Streetcar  and Twin Coach

TTC Toronto Peter Witt Streetcar and Twin Coach

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