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Little Trinity Church

3.5/5
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Address: 425 King St E | (at Parliament St.), Toronto, Ontario M5A 1L3, Canada
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Phone: +1 416-367-0272

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The magnificent landmarks of Toronto, reading this one is enough. Toronto, Canada. This city has left me too many good memories. I arrived in this dream-like city with my girlfriends during the summer vacation in September. For the grandeur here The architecture is really amazing. I feel too surprised and shocked here. It is really a city worth visiting. The second tallest building in the world-the CN Tower The CN Tower can be said to be a landmark in Toronto and the second tallest building in the world. It is a must-see for tourists who come to Toronto point. The tower has a height of 553.33 meters and consists of four parts: the base, the observation deck, the antenna tower and the sky cover. Because of the high tower, you can see this tower in downtown Toronto, so don’t worry about finding it. Without it, when you come to this tower, you must experience its two unique places. The first is the revolving restaurant. The 360° revolving restaurant is the most distinctive. The second is the glass floor. The Thrilling Bar Opening hours: Monday to Sunday 9:00-22:30 Tickets: Free Toronto temples ----- Hindu temples The Hindu temple we will introduce here is not Indian, it is a temple in Toronto , Was built in 2007. The temple was built with nearly 6,000 tons of materials. After tedious hand-carving to create this architectural wonder, this temple does not use any steel frame structure, all the stone is like a puzzle Please remember to take off your shoes and keep your clothes dignified, and pay attention to your words and deeds at any time, and be solemn and quiet. Opening hours: Sunday to Saturday: 9:00-18:00; Tickets: Free of charge, the world's first flatiron building------ Goodham Building The building I have to visit when I come to Toronto is Goodham Building It’s really spectacular and shocking; the shape of this building is very special. It is a rare and odd-shaped building. The whole shape is a long triangle, which looks like the iron we used to iron clothes, so it is also called The Flatiron Building is the first flatiron building in the world. The whole is a very eye-catching red brick structure. This building has a history of 150 years. The most beautiful scenery on the street belongs to it. Most people here come to visit Take pictures of these wonders with a camera as a souvenir. Opening hours: 24 hours a day Tickets: Free Toronto's oldest church-----Little Trinity Church was established in 1843. With a history of more than 100 years, it is the oldest church. The specific location is in Toronto Municipal Next to the hall, next to the Eaton Center, this church is small in scale, only about 5 stories high, and the overall architectural style is relatively simple. It is a more German-style building, but when you walk into the church, It’s worth seeing. There are often public welfare activities and concerts in the church. Another feature of this church is that there is a bench in the church. This bench is built in the style of the 13th century. You can go to it. Sit and sit Opening hours: All-weather Admission: Free Toronto Island’s only church building------- St. Andrew’s Lakeside Church St. Andrew’s Lakeside Church is a very beautiful church, and it is also an ideal choice for lovers here for weddings. It is located on Toronto Island. It was completed in 1884 and moved to its current address in 1959. Later, when the entire city was re-planned, the church was also restored. During the summer of this church, there will be newlyweds in wedding dresses. Wasteful wedding ceremonies are held here. The whole scene is very warm and romantic, and many couples will hold marriage proposals here. Opening hours: Sunday 10:00-21:00 Tickets: Free. The above is to introduce you to every building in Toronto. You have to visit once in your lifetime. There is my favorite cathedral here. I like this one. Peaceful and tranquil pure land, it can purify people's hearts and make everything so beautiful. If there is a chance, I believe I will choose here again and do it again.

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