Photos of Toronto, at the foot of the glittering skyscrapers

A multi-ethnic city where life is good

La fontaine sur le Nathan Phillips SquareLe pont de la rivière HumberUn building de béton et de verreLa Tour du CN et ses 553 mètresLes buildings de verre se reflètent les uns dans les autresLe tramway au cœur de TorontoLe palais de justice de TorontoUne rue du quartier chinois de TorontoLa moitié des Torontois n'est pas née au CanadaNathan Phillips Square à TorontoVoiture de police, to serve and protectCiel nuageux sur TorontoMonument aux morts devant la cour de justice de l'OntarioLa cour de justice de l'Ontario au milieu des buildings

Toronto, the country’s largest metropolis, proudly stands with its skyscrapers on the shore of Lake Ontario. Typically North American, this world-city, where 50% of the population is foreign-born, enjoys a strong economy. Its picturesque neighborhoods with their distinct identities and its world-class cultural, artistic and sports activities surprise and delight the most demanding urban tourism enthusiasts.

The CN Tower was built by the Canadian National Railway Company in 1976. It is over 553 meters high (180 floors) and is the ultimate symbol of the city. To access the upper floors, you’ll need to take one of the six outdoor glass elevators to the panoramic level. You will be propelled to 346 meters high in less than 58 seconds, almost reaching the height of the Empire State Building.

The Toronto tour was taken on September 8, 2017.

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