After seven days of playing in Toronto, I still couldn’t visit all the attractions. The downtown area of Toronto is really big. Under the strategy of basically relying on traffic, only half of the attractions can be visited. It is quite pleasant to walk all the way and take pictures. Up
A piece of greenery by Lake Ontario, the internationally renowned cellist Mr. Ma Youyou and his gardener friends jointly designed, trying to use gardening to interpret the music of classical music master Bach. But I don't understand music, so I really can't see the music melody here. Beautiful cherry blossoms bloom here in May, very beautiful.
The interior of the park is clearly divided into 6 movements including "1 prelude", "2 allemande" and "6 gigue". Not only that, the wireless spectrum of jumping has already begun from the outer wall of the storage room.
There is a Music Garden on the shore of Lake Ontario, which shows Bach's works through the garden view. Each of the six areas represents six movements. Every Wednesday and Thursday in summer, there will be free concerts in the Music Garden.
Garden design, is the use of natural landscape interpretation of the Bach Cello Suite No.1 in G major. Incomparable!