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Toronto is one of the most important tourism cities in eastern Canada. It is the capital city of Ontario and an important transportation hub connecting to New York. Toronto is the home to many immigrants from around the world. In terms of culture, people and food, it is a very multifaceted city filled with the styles of different countries. You can go downtown to experience the hustle and bustle of a giant metropolis or you can sit and gaze off peacefully into nature near Lake Ontario. Visit the many neighborhoods full of people from different countries and taste their ethnic cuisines, go to the Royal Ontario Museum, the markets, trendy shops in the Fashion District... The possibilities are endless.

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301 Front Street West Toronto, ON M5V 2T6
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Built in 1911, Casa Roman Castle is a private mansion of the famous financier Sir Henry Pellatt. There are dozens of ornately decorated rooms in the castle, mysterious towers, deep tunnels, large horse stables, and hidden dark passages. An elegant greenhouse, and a beautiful garden built on a hill, the garden is open every summer. The medieval armor on both sides of the corridor, as well as the crackling wooden floor in the old castle, is a time-staggered feeling, as if it were in a giant mansion a hundred years ago.
Royal Ontario Museum
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100 Queens Park, Toronto, ON M5S 2C6
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Posted: 21 Nov, 2018
Posted: 24 Feb, 2019
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Feeling the rhythm of the music in Toronto, Canada, you must take part in a well-prepared music tour. The street is big, this is the epitome of Toronto's music development, and you can even see the road to Toronto's growth. This kind of life is for music lovers.  Toronto is a typical English city or a white city of Angru Saxon. It is hard to imagine that nowadays, the unrestrained Toronto, in the 1940s, can only buy wine on the street. To purchase wine, you can only go to these upscale places in the hotel. What's more, entertainment, in the words of the silver-haired group friends, is too conservative before, she must be true, after all, she experienced this era. In 1947, the situation finally changed. The store could also get the liquor license. So the bars and nightclubs came into being. The singers and musicians were invited to perform in the store to attract more guests. Yonge Street became a fertile ground for jazz and blues. Maple Leaves Garden, built-in 1931, is well preserved. There will be photo exhibitions, and friends who are curious about the history of Toronto music can visit. In the golden age, there was a stage where the famous fried chickens were the first choice. Countless people have had concerts in Toronto. These names are now counted, even those who do not know much about music can shake three shakes! Among them are the Beatles, Elvis Presley, and Bob Dylan, who won the Nobel Prize in Literature, which has influenced the whole world. Several generations of superstars have been named in the history of Toronto music performances.
Posted: 17 Dec, 2018
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