Tagged: Landmarks

3 reasons why you should visit Canada’s Parliament building at night

The Parliament Hill attracts three million tourists each year, most visitors arriving during the summer months. City tours as well as tours shuffling tourists between Toronto and Montreal often stop in Ottawa for few hours, emptying busloads of camera wielding crowds. The crowds disappear at night, leaving you a much quieter ambiance to enjoy the sights.

Photo Friday 01.19: Gateway of India

Photo Friday‘: Pictures from faraway lands.
This edition brings pictures from Himalayas in Uttaranchal, India

Peter and Paul Fortress

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Toronto Tuesday 02.16: Gooderham Building

‘Toronto Tuesday’ is a weekly photo feature about random stuff (landmarks, people, culture, seasons, etc.) in the city.

Photo Friday 01.04: Statue of Liberty

‘Photo Friday‘: Pictures from faraway lands. Statue of Liberty Statue of Liberty A woman wearing a crown, trampling a broken chain, holding a torch and an eternal symbol of liberty and freedom. The statue of Liberty, gifted to US by France in 1886, stands on the Liberty Island minutes away from New York City. In […]

Toronto Tuesday 02.04: Ontario Legislature

‘Toronto Tuesday’ is a weekly photo feature about random stuff (landmarks, people, culture, seasons, etc.) in the city.
This edition brings pictures from Ontario’s Legislative Assembly.

Toronto Tuesday: 01.11

Volume 1, Edition 11 ‘Toronto Tuesday‘ is a weekly photo feature about random stuff (landmarks, people, culture, seasons, etc.) in the city. The long weekend was beautiful! Queen Street West This is from my neighborhood which I love a lot. Dundas and Bathurst: A streetcar against an incinerator chimney Toronto Western Hospital is located at […]

Toronto Tuesday: 01.09

Volume 1, Edition 9 ‘Toronto Tuesday‘ is a weekly photo feature about random stuff (landmarks, people, culture, seasons, etc.) in the city. Streetcar siding Toronto streetcar (tram) system is among the largest systems in North America. This streetcar siding (parking) station is located at north west corner of Queen Street West and Roncesvalles Avenue, few […]

Toronto Tuesday: 01.08

Volume 1, Edition 8 ‘Toronto Tuesday‘ is a weekly photo feature about random stuff (landmarks, people, culture, seasons, etc.) in my city. Remembering our past… building a safe future Spring Winter This guy sits here 24/7 all year long, in his proper safety equipment, dutifully chiseling the message on this granite wall. A monument on […]