Yorkshire Castle is a military site in the colonial period of Toronto. It has a history of more than 200 years. It used to be a barracks and fortress for colonists. Now, as a national historical relic of Canada, there are often military parades here. If you are interested, you can visit them.
New York Fort is a historic place, a museum in Toronto, and there is a story about Toronto that I have to tell.. A tour here has deepened my understanding of Toronto. Near PIER is the FERRY port of Huxindao Airport. Receptionists are very enthusiastic, and beside them are real barracks, which can take pictures of their military vehicles.
Seemingly ordinary places have historical and cultural origins behind them, which are full of historical and cultural relics.
The highest mountain in the castle is in Amman - and also includes ruins from Rome, Byzantium and the Jumayan period. Some of the attractions include parts of the temple, the Byzantine church, the impressive large water storage pool of the Wumaiye Dynasty palace and a water storage facility. Unfortunately, we missed seeing the renovating Museum - but it opened regularly after we left.
It's a military museum with some military facilities to visit.
The military style is obvious. The old artillery and military uniforms are retained, and the tour is over in less than an hour.
Yorkberg was basically damaged, and it was rebuilt after the war, and now it is the main historical and cultural site.
It was built to protect Ontario from the threat of the United States. Barracks are still visible.