Toronto, Canada

The largest city in Canada and the capital of the province of Ontario.
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View of downtown Toronto from Fort York, the British military fort dating to the end of the 18th. century around which point modern Toronto was established and incorporated in 1835.
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View of downtown Toronto from Terry Fox garden with artwork by a Canadian artist and author Douglas Coupland.
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New buildings going up south of Gardiner Expressway.
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Buildings in the financial district of Bay and King streets, Toronto.
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View from the Bathurst street bridge of Toronto’s lower downtown looking east along the rail lines leading to the Union Station. Canadian National Railway tower (CN Tower) at one point the tallest structure in the world, is on the right.
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View looking south from King street west with Roy Thompson Hall in the foreground, built and designed by Canadian architects Arthur Erickson and Mathers & Haldenby.
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Apartment buildings at Bathurst and Front streets in Toronto.
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Toronto Dominion Bank building at Bay and King streets in Toronto designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe with Joe Fafard's sculptural work, "The Pasture".
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Neo Classical revival building part of University of Toronto complex.
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Former headquarters of Ontario Hydro at University avenue and College street, part of Queen’s Park in Toronto.
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Buildings part of the Toronto Dominion Centre in Toronto’s financial district.
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Detail of a modern building on King street west and University avenue in Toronto.
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Newly built condominium apartments at Toronto’s Harbourfront.
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Renovation of the Prince’s Gate, entrance to the Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) grounds at Toronto’s lakefront.
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Buildings part of the development south of the Gardiner Expressway at Toronto’s lakefront.
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Pedestrian bridge in Toronto’s west end spanning Humber river.
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Glass towers on Wellington street west in Toronto.
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Statue of Glenn Herbert Gould in front of Canadian Broadcasting Corporation in Toronto, a Canadian classical pianist best known as an interpreter of the keyboard works of Johann Sebastian Bach.
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Site of the famous Inglis appliance factory and its ubiquitous neon signboard, since removed.
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Liberty Village at sunset, once a place of large manufacturing plants and now a hip modern district with new condominiums, cafés, galleries and design shops.