Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Toronto's Symphony to Future Generations


City Hall and Nathan Phillips Square
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Opened September 13, 1965, at a cost of $27,035,000.00. Designed by the late VILJO REVELL of Finland, a philosopher once said that great architecture is frozen music. This the is Toronto's symphony to future generation. Located on the shores of Lake Ontario, it is Canada's second largest city.

Dear Rich & Lisa,

City Hall looks much better on this card than in situ. It's in its 40s & rather tired looking.


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