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Modern Toronto represents the genetic diversity of desperate seekers for a better life: subjects of the British crown, Irish, Italians, Jews, Chinese and Russians. Even in the XX-XXI centuries. the city retained the status of a leading immigration center.
The hallmark of the capital of Ontario is ultra-modern cultural centers, sports arenas and green parks. Slender rows of skyscrapers rise against the blue waters of the bay, snow-white yachts scurry along the coast, and Canadians happy with life walk along the well-groomed streets. It is such a picture that most vividly characterizes the appearance of Toronto.
★ 4.8Royal Ontario Museum
The museum is located in an unusual and original building of modern architecture. Outwardly, this st..
★ 4.6Ontario Science Centre
A museum designed to demonstrate and popularize the scientific achievements of mankind. It was found..
★ 4.7Toronto Zoo
Locals consider their zoo the best in North America (in their opinion, all the best is in Toronto). ..
★ 4.8Rogers Centre
Multifunctional entertainment center, which includes a sports stadium, shopping galleries, cafeteria..
★ 4.7St. Lawrence Market
St. Lawrence is on the list of the largest markets in Canada and in the TOP-10 of the best markets i..
★ 4.7Castle of Casa Loma
The original mansion was built at the beginning of the 20th century for a wealthy businessman, Sir G..
★ 4.8Fort York
The historic city fort, on the territory of which buildings from the beginning of the 19th century a..
★ 4.8High Park
City park, a vacation spot with excellent infrastructure for visitors. The territory has its own zoo..
★ 4.8Legislative Assembly of Ontario
The building was erected in 1892 in the architectural style of the "Romanesque revival", w..
★ 4.6Old City Hall
The historical building of the late XIX century. After the construction of the new building, the cit..
★ 4.7Gardiner Museum
The exposition was founded in 1984. The museum's collection is entirely devoted to ceramics and ..
★ 4.6Eaton Centre
A shopping and office center located in the heart of Toronto. In fact, it was invented by Timothy Ea..
★ 4.7CN Tower
A huge tower built in the 70s. XX century. For about 30 years, the CN Tower has occupied the place o..
★ 4.7Art Gallery of Ontario
The gallery is considered one of the largest museums in North America. The collections are located i..
★ 4.6Bata Shoe Museum
The collection of the museum was collected by the founder of the shoe company "Bata" and h..
★ 4.8Hockey Hall of Fame
As you know, Canada holds a leading position in world hockey, this sport is literally worshiped here..
A street that originates in downtown Toronto and stretches north to the very border with the US stat..
A trendy area in the city center, where wineries and breweries were previously located. Now in the f..