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.
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Toronto's Best Kept Secrets: Best Places to Visit in Toronto - Mapping Megan
These locations will make you fall in love with Toronto, destinations you should squeeze into your visit for a real taste of what the city is all about.
King Street - Spacing National
King Street from Roy Thomson Hall, Toronto / By Jae Yang Contribute your photos to Spacing’s Flickr pool Related posts: Toronto Christmas Market Cherry Blossoms Union Station Street photographer Kevin Steele and the ever-changing Queen West
10 Reasons To Visit Toronto City
Toronto is the largest city. It is situated in Canada. Toronto started its history from 18th century and today is a modern city. The modern city Toronto was basically known as York but in 1834 it was renamed as Toronto. It is the fifth top most cities in population. It has about 2.6 million of…
Behind the Scenes at Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre Centre
Guided tour at the Elgin & Winter Garden Theatre Centre. Designated as a national historic site, the Centre is the last operating double-decker theatre
Hidden Toronto: a growing list of the city's best-kept secrets - NOW Magazine
From Alan Crossleys flying saucer to Noel Hardings Elevated Wetlands, Toronto is home to some mind-bending public spaces, some made by humans, others carved by nature. Here are 50 of the best-kept secrets.