Toronto Casa Loma Castle Panorama
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Toronto Casa Loma Castle Panorama

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This is a 360 panorama interactive picture of Cas Loma located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The picture has been taken by George Macinski on February 24th 2010.

It was  a residence for financier Sir Henry Mill Pellatt. Casa Loma was constructed between1911-1914. It has been constructed in the Gothic Revival style

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Text by Steve Smith.

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