On the signs of the old city, you can see the small word "Old Town Toronto" on the top line everywhere. In the old city there are the First Post Office in Toronto, St. James Cathedral, the earliest Catholic Church in Toronto, and the Goodham Building in the shape of an iron. Old and old houses are everywhere.
Toronto's old city is actually near the city centre. It can be arranged as a walking and photographic attraction. There are many European-style buildings here. But there are also new buildings on the skyline nearby. There is no conflict between old and new harmony. It is suggested to spend half a day enjoying the beautiful scenery here.
Toronto city is not too big, compared with Shanghai and Beijing, it is incomparable. Compared with the old city, the new city is built earlier, with a lot of less modern factors. It is plain and old, and it is not too far away from the new city. Many cities in Canada have the distinction between the new city and the old city.
In Eastern Toronto, the streets and buildings are old and the streets are black.
The history of the Old Town can be traced back to the early nineteenth century. It is the center of local art, culture and monuments, gathering the most intensive Victorian architecture in Ontario. Compared with Old Town in Europe, this old town is not old at all, but there are still some things to see.