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WONDERFUL TORONTO ARCHITECTURE

 

Here are some examples of the wonderful architecture in Toronto:

 

 

CHURCHES:

 

Church of St. Jude (Wexford) dates from 1848 and is one of the oldest original surviving pioneer churches in Toronto.

 

 

 

 

 

Surrounded by condominiums and hotels, Church of the Redeemer dates from 1879 (Bloor Street West and Avenue Road)

   

 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS:

 

 

The Allen Lambert Galleria, sometimes described as the "crystal cathedral of commerce", is an atrium designed by Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava which connects Bay Street with Heritage Square at Brookfield Place (Bay Street and Wellington Street West)

 

Constructed in 1885, Canada's Hockey Hall of Fame now occupies what was once the head office of the Bank of Montreal (Yonge Street and Front Street)

 

 

   

 

PRIVATE BUILDINGS:

 

 

'Cow catcher gates' at Osgoode Hall (Queen Street West and University Avenue) 

 

 

The original Toronto Hospital for Sick Children building...now headquarters of Canadian Blood Services (College Street and Elizabeth Street)

   

 

PRIVATE HOMES:

 

 

With 98 rooms, Sir Henry Pellatt's Casa Loma was once Canada's largest private residence. Today it is one of Toronto's many tourist attractions (Spadina Road and Davenport Road)
 
   

 

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