Toronto Images

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Toronto, Canada
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American forces attacked York in 1813. The Americans subsequently plundered the town, and set fire to the legislative buildings. (Source)
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View of Toronto in 1854. Toronto became a major destination for immigrants to Canada in the second half of the 19th century. (Source)
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Initially a horse-drawn system, Torontos streetcar system eventually transitioned to electric-powered streetcars in 1892. (Source)
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By 1934 the Toronto Stock Exchange emerged as the countrys largest stock exchange. (Source)
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Initially acting as a barrier towards development, the Toronto ravine system has since been adopted as a central piece of Torontos landscape. (Source)
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The Scarborough Bluffs is an escarpment in the city, formed during the last glacial period. (Source)
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Winters in Toronto are typically cold with frequent snowfall. (Source)
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The Royal Ontario Museum was originally designed in a Romanesque Revival style, although other styles were since been added to the building. Architecture in Toronto has been called a mix of periods and styles. (Source)
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Map of Toronto with major traffic routes. Also shown are the boundaries of six former municipalities, which form the current City of Toronto (Source)
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Skyline of Downtown Toronto from the Toronto Islands in 2017. (Source)
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Victorian-era Bay-and-gable houses are a distinct architectural style of residence that is ubiquitous throughout the older neighborhoods of Toronto. (Source)
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In an attempt to curb suburban sprawl, many suburban neighbourhoods in Toronto encouraged high density populations by mixing housing lots with apartment buildings far from the downtown core. (Source)
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The Distillery District holds the largest collection of preserved Victorian industrial architecture in North America. (Source)
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The West Don Lands is one of many former industrial sites in the downtown area that has undergone redevelopment. (Source)
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Nathan Phillips Square is the citys main square. The square includes a reflecting pool that is converted into an ice rink during the winter. (Source)
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Rouge National Urban Park is a national park located in the eastern portion of the city. (Source)
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Opened in 1907, the Royal Alexandra Theatre is the oldest continuously operating theatre in North America. Toronto is the third largest centre for English-language theatre, behind only London, and New York. (Source)
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Caribana is a festival celebrating Caribbean culture and traditions. Held each summer in the city, it is North Americas largest street festival. (Source)
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The Art Gallery of Ontario is an art museum and the second most visited museum in Toronto after the Royal Ontario Museum. (Source)
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The Hockey Hall of Fame is a museum dedicated to ice hockey, as well as a Hall of Fame. (Source)
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Mural of the Toronto Maple Leafs, at College subway station. The Maple Leafs are a professional ice hockey club with the NHL. (Source)
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The Toronto Blue Jays host the Detroit Tigers at the Rogers Centre. (Source)
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BMO Field is an outdoor stadium that is home to the CFLs Toronto Argonauts and MLSs Toronto FC. (Source)
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Queen Elizabeth II attending the 2010 Queens Plate at Woodbine Racetrack in Toronto. (Source)
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A view of the Financial District from Commerce Court. The district acts as the citys central business district. (Source)
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View of Chinatown on Spadina Avenue. According to the 2016 census, more than half of the citys population belonged to a visible minority group. (Source)
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Toronto City Hall acts as the seat of the municipal government of Toronto. (Source)
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University College at the University of Toronto. University College is one of eleven colleges at the University of Toronto. (Source)
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Toronto General Hospital is a major teaching hospital located in downtown Toronto. (Source)
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Torontos MaRS Discovery District is a centre for research in biomedicine. (Source)
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Union Station is a major commuter and inter-city transportation hub in downtown Toronto. (Source)
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The Toronto Transit Commission operates largest and busiest streetcar system in North America. (Source)
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Interior view of Toronto Pearson International Airports Terminal 1. Toronto Pearson serves as the international airport for the Greater Toronto Area. (Source)
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Highway 401 is a 400-series highway that passes west to east through Greater Toronto. The volume of vehicles that use Torontos portion of Highway 401 makes it the busiest highway in North America. (Source)
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