Toronto's Majestic Castle, Casa Loma, in Ontario, Canada. The former home of Canadian financier, Sir Henry Pellatt. Canada's foremost castle complete with decorated suites, secret passages, an 800 foot underground tunnel, towers, stables and beautiful 5 acres estate gardens, all in a 98 room castle.

Casa Loma (Spanish for House on a hill) is a museum and landmark in uptown Toronto, Ontario, Canada. A neo-romantic castle, it was built from and it was originally a residence for financier Sir Henry Mill Pellatt. by Benson Kua

Art Deco buildings - here's the original Toronto Star offices on King St, built in 1929 and demolished in 1972 for First Canadian Place

First Toronto Star Building. Built: 1929 Demolished: What exists there now: First Canadian Place. Why it's missed: Designed by Chapman and Oxley, it was one of Toronto's finest examples of Art Deco architecture.

Trinity College, University of Toronto, 1929

Every Saturday morning, Historicist looks back at the events, places, and characters—good and bad—that have shaped Toronto into the city we know today.

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