The Most Interesting Historical Places in Toronto

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Historical Places in Toronto

Casa Loma , Toronto
Constructed at the beginning of the 20th century in the Gothic Revival style, Casa Loma represents the city's only castle. The midtown landma
Once home to the British Empire's biggest producer of spirits, The Distillery District now represents one of Toronto's top tourist hubs, pack
St. James Cathedral is both a parish church ministering to the historic St. Lawrence neighbourhood and the Cathedral of the Anglican Diocese
Queen Street , Toronto
People-watch, window shop or eat out along the capital city’s trendiest shopping scene, Queen Street. With a backdrop of historic buildings,
Step into 19th-century Ontario at Black Creek Pioneer Village, featuring original buildings from early settlers to the province. Overlooking
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