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Saint Michaels Church Toronto Canada
Toronto

Located in downtown Toronto, St. Michael's Cathedral is one of Toronto's oldest landmarks. Built in the traditional style in the mid 1800s, it has beautiful stained glass windows, steeples and spires.

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