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Old Building in Old Toronto

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St. Michael’s Cathedral in Toronto recently reopened after seemingly years of being closed for reno (I’m not sure exactly how long it was closed). I’m happy to be able to go back, deep into the downtown of Toronto to attend Mass. It’s a nice big old church, although the reno arguably stripped away some of its old world charm. But that’s a topic for another day. Today I just want to post a nice old building that I saw the other day on the street about ten minutes walk from St. Michael’s.

Pembroke Street Toronto (near Shuter and Jarvis).

Pembroke Street Toronto (near Shuter and Jarvis) via Tumblr

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2 thoughts on “Old Building in Old Toronto

  1. There are so many beautiful old buildings in Toronto. The beaches are full of them.

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