What’s Your Favorite Toronto Landmark 3?

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Alright, so far both the CNE’s Princes’ Gates and the Distillery District have made it into the MB Toronto’s Top T-Dot Landmark finals. This week we will take a look at another five each of which have all been built in the later half of the last century. So here’s the list, Eaton Centre, City Hall, Royal Ontario Museum, Rogers Centre (I still call it SKYDOME) and Roy Thomson Hall.

Happy Voting :)

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Eaton Centre photo by Christopher Chan
Toronto City Hall photo by rohmmel
ROM photo by End User
Rogers Centre photo by eminliney
Roy Thomson Hall photo by Johnny’s Photos

2 Comments so far

  1. alden (unregistered) on December 7th, 2007 @ 4:17 pm

    oops my bad, except for the ROM, The Crystal was built just a little while ago opening this past summer and the older half built prior. I think I’m right, am I?


  2. talk talk talk (unregistered) on December 10th, 2007 @ 8:26 pm

    The other half of the ROM is actually two separately built buildings, I believe, one built earlier than the other. I don’t know if the original was built in the 19th c or 20th. The other half was built early 20th, maybe as late as the 30s.

    I call it SkyDome too. Rogers Centre is such a boring, dorky name. And we voted on SkyDome anyway and it was never supposed to be changed!



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