Toronto’s underground. PATH, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Like Montreal, Toronto also has a vast network of underground tunnels beneath the city streets. Known as PATH, this underground walkway covers 29kms of shops and services making it the largest underground shopping complex according to the Guinness Book of World Records.

Toronto’s underground. PATH, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Like Montreal, Toronto also has a vast network of underground tunnels beneath the city streets. Known as PATH, this underground walkway covers 29kms of shops and services making it the largest underground shopping complex according to the Guinness Book of World Records.

50th Birthday! Designed by Finnish architect Viljo Revell, Toronto City Hall opened in 1965 and is home to the municipal government of Toronto. Some may call it an icon. Toronto City Hall is the backdrop to the many cultural events which take place at Nathan Phillips Square. Nathan Phillips Square plays host to community gatherings, art installations and large concerts. Photo Roberto Portolese.

50th Birthday! Designed by Finnish architect Viljo Revell, Toronto City Hall opened in 1965 and is home to the municipal government of Toronto. Some may call it an icon. Toronto City Hall is the backdrop to the many cultural events which take place at Nathan Phillips Square. Nathan Phillips Square plays host to community gatherings, art installations and large concerts. Photo Roberto Portolese.

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Toronto declared the world’s most diverse city

Toronto declared the world’s most diverse city

Nara, Japan

Nara, Japan

Entrance to Union St. Station, Toronto, Canada

Entrance to Union St. Station, Toronto, Canada

Canadian Pacific Holiday Train

Canadian Pacific Holiday Train

Bay Wellington Towers in Toronto, Ontario

Bay Wellington Towers in Toronto, Ontario

Short walk from Union Station (subway and train station). Just north of Toronto's Harbourfront, The Rogers Centre is also accessible from Lake Shore Blvd at the Spadina exit

Short walk from Union Station (subway and train station). Just north of Toronto's Harbourfront, The Rogers Centre is also accessible from Lake Shore Blvd at the Spadina exit

University Of Toronto  Toronto, Ontario  Canada

University Of Toronto Toronto, Ontario Canada

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