Toronto

Toronto

Book - 1997
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Toronto is a tour through two centuries of growth, from the British post of Fort York in 1793 to today`s booking city. Ontario`s capital and Canada`s largest city, Toronto is rich in historical attractions and modern attractions. Here, photographers have captured stately Osgoode Hall, the modern architecture of City Hall, and the neon extravaganza known as Honest Ed`s. They reveal some of the city`s most eccentric residents, such as Henry Pellat, who built a 98-room castle. From cultural celebrations and performances to sports action and bustling shopping centers, this book is a collection of Toronto`s most captivating scenes.

Publisher: Vancouver : Whitecap Books, c1997
ISBN: 9781551105260
1551105268
Branch Call Number: J 971.3541040222 Llo 3558jv 1
Characteristics: 96 p. :,col. ill. --

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