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Toronto : a pictorial celebration

by Bruce Bell

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 140272389X, Hardcover)

Walk the fascinating streets of Toronto, guided by award-winning playwright and historian Bruce Bell and renowned photographer Elan Penn. From significant firsts, such as the original Parliament, to tourist favorites like the Hockey Hall of Fame, from the famed CN Tower to Niagara Falls, these 80 sites offer something for history buffs, sports fans, culture seekers, nature lovers, even shoppers. Bell provides a wonderful narrative of the city's background, and its development from a humble watering hole and hunting ground used by native peoples to a place renowned for its stark modernity and rich diversity. Follow the rise of an Imperial city; explore the great churches and government buildings; check into the luxurious modern hotels, and go through Toronto's many universities, the biggest, tallest, and oldest attractions, plus the most elegant neighborhoods, all in one enjoyable visit.

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