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"Modernist Marvel"
Opening in 1965, New City Hall structure complements the Old City Hall and has been home to the Toronto City Council ever since its inception. It sports a modernist design with two half-circle towers created by Viljo Revell, a Finnish architect chosen following a worldwide competition. The site is enhanced by a free-form bronze statue by Henry Moore, a peace garden with Japanese motifs and an eternal flame.
100 Queen Street West, Toronto, ON, Canada, M5H 2N2
"Modernist Marvel"
Opening in 1965, New City Hall structure complements the Old City Hall and has been home to the Toronto City Council ever since its inception. It sports a modernist design with two half-circle towers created by Viljo Revell, a Finnish architect chosen following a worldwide competition. The site is enhanced by a free-form bronze statue by Henry Moore, a peace garden with Japanese motifs and an eternal flame.
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Downtown Toronto
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Bergeron Centre for Engineering Excellence
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100 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON, Canada, M5H 2N2
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