I went on a tour of York Castle in Toronto and learned about the history of the Anglo-American War. It was a great place to learn about the history and some things different from the history of the main city development. The cannons displayed in the castle were cool and the other views were nice.
This place was a military defensive offensive built in the 18th century. Now there are only a few ruins left, which can be regarded as a testimony to the history of this place. It feels pretty general, there is nothing to see.
Fort York is also a historical building in the colonial period. This place has a lot of rich history, including some remaining military camps and weapon positions. It is also a very important colonial history.
Fort New York is a historic place and a museum in Toronto. There is a story that I have to tell about Toronto... A visit here has deepened my understanding of Toronto. Close to PIER, which is the FERRY port of Huxin Island Airport. The reception staff are very enthusiastic, and there is a real military camp next to them, so you can take pictures of their military vehicles.
This is an ancient military site with a history of more than 200 years. Friends who like history can visit here.
York Castle is a military relic during the colonial period of Toronto. It has a history of more than two hundred years. It used to be a barracks and fortress for colonists. Now as a national historical site in Canada, there are often military parades here, so you can visit it if you are interested.