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The scupture, Still Dancing, by artist Dennis Oppenheim graces the grounds toward the south end of Toronto's Distillery District and is a popular meeting place and something for children to try and climb. Fitting that it be called Still Dancing because of its location in a refurbished distillery.

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Esta panorâmica foi tirada em Toronto, Canada

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