miércoles, 24 de marzo de 2010

Un Paseo por Toronto I - Arquitectura

Photograph by Cosmo Condina/Alamy. The Toronto skyline gleams boldly at dusk.


Photograph by Cosmo Condina/Alamy. A view of Toronto, Ontario’s capital and most photogenic city.


Photograph by Cosmo Condina/Alamy. A silhouetted statue outside of Union Station.


Photograph by Cosmo Condina/Alamy. Old City Hall, designed in the Romanesque Revival style, dates back to 1899.


Photograph by Cosmo Condina/Alamy. Toronto’s financial district buzzes with midday activity, as reflected in one of its high-rises.


Photograph by Cosmo Condina/Alamy. "The Encounter," a bronze sculpture by William McElcheran, features two businessmen bumping into each other.


Photograph by Cosmo Condina/Alamy. Illuminated skyscrapers dominate Toronto’s vital financial district.


Photograph by Cosmo Condina/Alamy. Office towers gleam at night in Toronto—considered Canada’s leading business center.


Photograph by Cosmo Condina/Alamy. The Sharp Centre for Design, designed by architect Will Alsop, brightens the Ontario College of Art & Design, Canada’s oldest university for art.



Photograph by Chris Cheadle/AllCanadaPhotos.com Fans gather to watch a baseball game at Rogers Centre (formerly SkyDome), home of the Toronto Blue Jays.

Fuente: National Geographic
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