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Yonge and Bloor Toronto
Toronto

Summer daytime scene at the very famous intersection of Yonge and Bloor Street in Toronto.

Yonge Street is one of the longest developed straight single stretches of street on planet Earth reaching over 1800 km in length.

This spot is about 3.5km into the ~1800km stretch.   To the direct east on Bloor is the route to Danforth Avenue and Greek-town and then Scarborough.

To the direct west immediately is self-proclaimed posh Yorkville filled with overpriced boutique stores and endless stories of Hollywood celebrity sightings at they attend the Toronto International Film Festival or live locally to film an American movie that ironically serves to avoid paying taxes in America altogether.

America is a funny place because it's a nation that is so proud of it's heritage and higher standard of living; they love to criticize conditions in the rest of the world... but they do everything humanly possible to actually avoid re-investing in their own country or paying the taxes that keeps it running in the first place.

That's why so many American corporations have their headquarters everywhere else except America.

What does that have to do with this little 360 panorama?   Everything.  So shut up.

Copyright: Digital Properties.Ca Bryan Groulx
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 16812x8406
Uploaded: 18/08/2011
Updated: 03/07/2014
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Tags: toronto; yonge; bloor; urban; people; city; canada
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