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Founded in 1827 and now home to over 75,000 students, this is Canada's largest and arguably most famous university. Some of the more interesting sites to visit are the main room of the University of Toronto Bookstore, the chapel and the dining hall at Trinity College, the great rooms on the second floor of the University College, Hart House and its art gallery, and the Sydney Fisher Rare Book Library. The university offers daily tours during the summer, starting at Hart House. The campus is right in the heart of the downtown core.
Nestled within the sprawling campus of University of Toronto, the Toronto Magnetic and Meteorological Observatory is a historic observatory. As it's name suggests the center was used to study transit of Venus. For more details, check website.
Well known as the college of women, the St. Hilda's College is a part of the University of Trinity College. For details, check website.
The University College, associated to the University of Toronto, is a renowned college that offers graduate and undergraduate programs for national and international students. It has an impressive architecture reflecting a Gothic Italian style. The halls and buildings are brilliantly carved and have stained glass windows.
The Newman Center of Toronto is located at the W.D. Matthews House. This structure has adapted the Romanesque Revival style of architectural design and is renowned for the same. For more details about this Catholic ministry center, check website.
Well known as a medical school, the University of Toronto features the Faculty of Medicine. Comprising several training hospitals and research institutes, this is a reputed educational institute. For more details, check website.