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Toronto, Canada City Skyline Panorama - Twilight

Toronto, Canada City Skyline Panorama - Twilight

SKU: TOR3
This panorama of Toronto was taken by James Blakeway and features a twilight view of the downtown area, looking across the Toronto Inner Harbour. The slender needle-like building is CN Tower, one of the tallest free-standing structures in the world at 1,815 feet and, in 1995, was classified as one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World. To the right of CN Tower, the tallest buildings from left to right are First Canadian Place, Scotia Place and Canadian Trust Tower. The blue, brightly lit dome-shaped structure is Rogers Centre, boasting the world's first full retractable stadium roof and home to the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team and the Toronto Argonauts football team.
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Toronto, Canada Panoramic City Skyline Wall Decor

Toronto city skyline pictures feature the capital of Ontario, and largest city in Canada. Also, this currently the fifth-most populated city in North America. Our Toronto skyline wall decor features its many waterways, such as the Humber River, Don River, Rouge River and Toronto Harbour. Located on the northern shore of Lake Ontario, growth is attributed to the ease of transportation and shipping along Great Lakes trade routes.

Toronto skyline decor includes views of famous tourist attractions. These include the 1,815 foot tall CN Tower, formerly the tallest free-standing structure worldwide. Other landmarks include First Canadian Place, the Canadian Trust Tower, and Scotia Place. The dome of Rogers Centre is difficult to miss with its unmistakable, glowing purple roof.

A city with a large number of immigrant residents, Toronto pictures display one of the world's most cosmopolitan cities and an important center for Canadian immigration. With half its residents born outside the country, viewing Toronto skyline pictures makes it easy to see why the metropolis has drawn so many to travel and live there.

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