Toronto Landmarks

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Can you name the Toronto Landmarks?

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Even if it's no longer the world's tallest, at 1,815 feet tall it's hard to miss
Home of the Blue Jays
Home of the Maple Leafs and Raptors
Home of the Maple Leafs from 1931-1999
Nearest major international airport, technically in Mississauga
Major train station on Front Street, also a subway stop
Home of Toronto FC
Home of the Toronto Marlies
Opened in 2006, the home of the Canadian Opera Company and National Ballet of Canada
The oldest continuously operating legitimate theatre in North America, has been home to Les Miserables, Miss Saigon and Mamma Mia
Mirvish-owned theatre opened in 1993, has been home to the Lion King, Hairspray and the Sound of Music
Formerly the Pantages Theatre, home to a decade-long run of Phantom of the Opera
This circular concert hall is the home of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra
Bright, sprawling discount store opened by Ed Mirvish
Toronto's oldest and largest university
Toronto's second largest university, founded in 1959
This art school features an architecturally striking building: a polka-dotted box on pencil-shaped stilts
This gallery has original works by Rembrandt, Picasso and Van Gogh
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Home of the Stanley Cup
The third largest zoo in the world
The fifth largest museum in North America
The public square in front of city hall, it features a skating rink
The Ontario Legislature is at this park
A neo-romantic castle built in 1911, converted into a museum in 1937
A historic recreation site of military fortifications built in 1793
This chateau-style hotel on Front Street was briefly the tallest building in Canada
Toronto's top tourist destination is Canada's third-largest mall
Formerly Toronto's largest music store, its iconic neon records stopped spinning in 2007
This children's amusement park is on the Toronto Islands
Canada's largest fair - 'Let's go to the Ex!'
This street is the home of Toronto's financial district and the TSX
This street is known as the heart of Toronto's gay village
This street is the home of Greektown, get a 'Taste of...' it each August
Toronto's tallest office building, it's the headquarters of the Bank of Montreal
A 27-kilometre-long network of underground pedestrian tunnels
The stretch of this east-west highway passing through Toronto is the busiest section of freeway in North America

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