Saint Andrew Church Interior Details: Stained Glass in Altar. St. Andrew's Church is a large and historic Romanesque Revival Presbyterian church
RBC branch in old vintage building at Danforth and Pape Avenues. The area is known as the Greek town and it has many valuable architecture landmarks
The Old City Hall building has a Richardsonian Romanesque architecture. It is one of the most important heritage buildings in Canada
The former Don Jail has a Renaissance Revival style. The old building (1864) is currently part of Bridgepoint Health. The landmark is both Ontario and Toronto heritage building
Music Gardens iron or steel sculpture detail in the harborfront centre. Image includes CN tower in the background
Dominion Public Building (left) is a heritage government building in 1 Front Street West. The landmark is one of the most important examples of Beaux-Arts Classical architecture in Canada.
Multicoloured cones dubbed 'Four Seasons' at Don Mills Road and Sheppard Ave. Designed by Douglas Coupland, the work enhances the urban area with a colorful motive.