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Known as a home for the artistic people of Canada, the Studio Building was a great structure. Featuring a working studio that was of great importance in the Canadian heritage of art, the site was designated as the National Historic Site.
This is a residence facility for the students studying in Victoria University in the University of Toronto. The focus is here on co-operative living and students divide the house responsibilities amongst themselves.
Norman Jewison is a renowned Canadian film director, actor and producer, who has used his films as a source of highlighting various social and political issues. He has won many accolades for his contribution to Canadian cinema including an Honorary Degrees from Trent, Western Ontario and the University of Toronto and the naming of a park in downtown as a tribute to him. The park has beautiful promenades where visitors can enjoy a peaceful walk under the lush green trees following the winding roads. Norman Jewison Park is one of the most well maintained parks in Toronto.
An ancient rock in the city of Toronto, The Yorkville Rock is the sole remainder of the mountain range that once ran through the country. Found in Toronto's Yorkville Park, the rock is now considered a work of modern art, owing to the efforts taken to place each fragment in perfect position, to give the rock its original shape. While the rock itself might not be much to look at, the story behind it getting to this location is what makes it intriguing.
The structure of St. Paul's Bloor Street, the Anglican Church contains an old world charm with humongous white pillars, beautiful angel heads at every corner and fascinating sculptures. It also incorporates the Queens Memorial Shrine which contains a granite platform, a tablet and a golden casket within which the Book of Remembrance is placed. Stained glass rose windows surround you while the charming Font steals your attention. Also present, is the gorgeous Chapel of Good Sheppard. The Arium and Cody Hall are huge event spaces within the church and are used regularly for concerts, lectures and other programs. Check the website for further details.