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CN Tower Toronto at Night
Toronto

Labour Day Weekend 2009. Condo with a view of downtown Toronto from Waterclub Condo around 9 PM. Besides CN Tower you can see the Gardiner Expressway, Rogers Centre (Skydome), Roundhouse, Lake Ontario, Toronto Islands, Harbourfront, City Airport and many new high-rise developments, including the new Ritz-Carlton Hotel.

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