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U of T corner of Spadina and Harbord
Toronto

This panorama has the potential to touch the heart of thousands of web visitors.... as this famous but underrated street corner in downotwn Toronto has been visited by hundreds of thousands of residents, commuters and students for decades.

Is it the Spadina TTC street cars that get to you?   Is it B.B.Q's or Papa Ceo's restaurants?   Is it the U of T athletic centre across the street.

This panorama, yet dead simple, offers a little something for everyone ... at least for a 10 second distraction on your webpage today.

Copyright: Digital Properties.Ca Bryan Groulx
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8268x4134
Uploaded: 15/02/2009
Atualizado: 03/07/2014
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Tags: "spadina; ttc; harbord; u of t athletic center; papa ceo; b.b.q"
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