Toronto Views and Landscapes

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Almost all of these photos were taken by myself (Hanif Bayat)

Toronto is the most populous and the largest city of Canada with metropolitan area population of close to six million (near 20% of total population of Canada!). It is located at the southern part of Ontario in the area called golden horseshoe. Toronto is famous for its amazing multicultural atmosphere and its beautiful downtown. It is the capital city of Ontario, which is the most famous and populated province of Canada. After Mexico City, New York, Los Angeles and Chicago, Toronto is the most populous city of north America. 

 

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If you are planning to visit Toronto from out of town consider staying at a hotel. There are many upscale Toronto hotels which offer great rates for large groups and events. To facilitate booking the best way is to use an online reservation service.

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Toronto Views from the top of CN Tower 

You can see almost all GTA at the sunny day from the second tallest free-standing structure in the world.

 

CN Tower

To find more: CN Tower Views

Official website of CN Tower

 


TORONTO FESTIVALS

 

Toronto Taste of Danforth Festival

It is a yearly three days festival in Danforth street, beside the Toronto Greek town. While from the name it appears that this festival focuses on meals and foods, actually several other fun activities happen beside tasting different meals.

Festival website

 

Halloween Party at Church Street

In Toronto lots of fun activities are going on during Halloween night as well as the weekends before Halloween. One of the best events on Halloween night in Toronto, is the festival of costumes in Church area. You can find many exciting, innovative costumes here.

To find more refer to  Halloween Party Page

 

Toronto Aboriginal Festival

Aboriginal festival is held every year around ends of November and firsts of December in Rogers Center in Toronto. During these typically three days festival, one can enjoy the beautiful native dances of lots of north American aboriginal groups in the ceremonies, which are called Pow Wow.

To find more refer to Toronto Aboriginal Festival Views

 

Toronto City Hall (Cavalcade of Light Festival at City Hall - New Year 2006)

This festival starts ends of November and lasts for at least a month. It includes fireworks and light show in Nathan Phillips Square, which is located in front of the new Toronto city hall and beside the old one.

For more photos refer to: New Year Celebration at City Hall

 

Toronto City Hall (Doors Open Toronto, May 27)

During "doors open Toronto" weekend, one can access to many historical buildings and attractions, including the both old and new city halls, in free.

For more photos refer to City Hall (NEW)

Official website of Toronto City

 

Toronto Winter City Festival

It is a two weeks winter celebration in Toronto during January and February. This event in 2008 included nights of fires in Nathan Phillips square by firing up lots of fires around and inside the square. .

 

Yorkville Icefest

While in the cold and long winter of Toronto, it is hard to do outdoor activities, it is fun to enjoy several festivals and events which are running around the city, specially Yorkville Icefest, which is happening in the late February. One of the main programs in this event is the ice carving competition, which includes the exhibition of several ice statues.

Toronto Downtown 

Toronto downtown is marvelous, specially if you look at it from lake Ontario, Toronto Islands and CN Tower.

To find more: Downtown Views

 

Ontario Parliament & Queen's park

To find more: Downtown Views

 

Casa Loma

 

Toronto Island (Center Island)

To find more refer to Center Island page.

 

University of Toronto

University of Toronto by having the financial endowment of more than 1.5 billion dollars and near 75000 students, is the largest and the most famous university of Canada.

To find more: University of Toronto St. George Photo Gallery

University of Toronto official website

 

 

Toronto Zoo

To find more: Toronto Zoo

The official website of Toronto Zoo

 

Royal Ontario Museum

For more photos refer to: Royal Ontario Museum Photos

Official website of ROM

 

Princes Gates

To find more: Downtown Views

 

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To find more refer to  Toronto Views Page II

Including Toronto Beaches, University of York, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, East of Toronto, Greek Town, Scarborough, Fort York, Toronto Taste of Danforth Festival, Halloween Party, High Park, Markham Historic Unionville, West of Toronto and Snowy Toronto


 

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01/10/2010