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Toronto Harbour
Toronto

Toronto Harbour as seen from the pier at Spadina Quay. Across the harbour one can see Toronto Island and Toronto Island Airport. The high rises to the north belong to CityPlace, a large multi-tower condo development.There are big plans to further develop and revitalize the Toronto Waterfront. It's going to be stunning.

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Taken: 03/08/2009
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Geüpdatet: 06/10/2014
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