Toronto Dominion Centre, Ontario, Canada
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Toronto Dominion Centre, Ontario, Canada

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Toronto Dominion Centre. The heart of Toronto business district at King and Bay. Buildings include the Toronto Dominion Bank Tower, The Exchange Tower, The CN Tower, Scotia Plaza and the recently opened Bay Adelaide Tower.

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Esta panorâmica foi tirada em Toronto, Canada

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