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  • CN Tower, Toronto

    CN Tower

    With its 553 metres, it was once the highest building in the world. One of the modern Seven Wonders of the World. Visit the public observatory.

  • Casa Loma, Toronto

    Casa Loma

    A Gothic revival style house, now serving as a museum depicting life of the Canadians in the past. It was built between 1911 and 1914 by architect E. J. Lennox.

  • Old City Hall Toronto, Toronto

    Old City Hall Toronto

    A former city hall and unique piece of architecture designed by famous architect E. J. Lennox.

  • Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto

    Royal Ontario Museum

    This museum with very extravagant architecture focuses on cultural and natural history. It contains over six million items.

  • Harbourfront Centre, Toronto

    Harbourfront Centre

    This cultural centre offers wide range of activities for education and entertainment. It is focused on skating, food, literature etc.

  • Rogers Centre, Toronto

    Rogers Centre

    A large sport stadium which is home to the Toronto Blue Jays and the Toronto Argonauts. Its unique roof can be completely closed or opened.

  • Church of the Holy Trinity Toronto, Toronto

    Church of the Holy Trinity Toronto

    A Gothic Revival church built in 1847 which belongs to the Anglican Church. It was the fourth Anglican church in Toronto.

  • Toronto Music Garden, Toronto

    Toronto Music Garden

    This unique park is a reflection in landscape of Bach's Suite No. 1 in G Major for unaccompanied ce­llo.

  • Fort York, Toronto

    Fort York

    A system of fortification built by British colonizers of Canada. Since 1923 it is the National Historic Site of Canada.

  • Holt Renfrew, Toronto

    Holt Renfrew

    A fashion boutique with over 170 years tradition. Fashion fans can spend hours and hours of shopping here.

  • Kensington Market, Toronto

    Kensington Market

    Unique neighborhood with many interesting restaurants, stores, cafes and other hidden gems. Just wander around and explore this peculiar place.

  • Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto

    Art Gallery of Ontario

    A gallery offering over 80,000 works. It is the world's largest collection of Canadian art on 45,000 square metres of physical space.

  • Toronto Zoo, Toronto

    Toronto Zoo

    The largest zoo inn Canada, established in 1974. Great place for trip with children, they can admire over 16 000 animal­s here.

  • St Lawrence Market & Hall, Toronto

    St Lawrence Market & Hall

    Huge farmers market offering fresh food. Close to the market is also St Lawrence Market Gallery and St Lawrence Hall.

  • Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto

    Hockey Hall of Fame

    Sacred place for all ice hockey fans. It is the greatest ice hockey museum in the world. You can admire everything connected with ice hockey here.

  • St. Lawrence Market, Toronto

    St. Lawrence Market

    From local fruits and veggies to the fresh meat and fish there is always something you will be tempted to pick up! One of the best food shopping places in Toronto.

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