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Massey Mausoleum .... Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario | Flickr - Photo Sharing Built 1891 Architect - E.J. Lennox .... in Romanesque style .... side & back view of mausoleum! Greg's Southern Ontario .... Greg Stacey

Massey Mausoleum .... Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Toronto, Ontario | Flickr - Photo Sharing Built 1891 Architect - E.J. Lennox .... in Romanesque style .... side & back view of mausoleum! Greg's Southern Ontario .... Greg Stacey

Trompe-l'oeil, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada | by Michel Rodier, via TrekEarth

Trompe-l'oeil, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada | by Michel Rodier, via TrekEarth

Field Cemetery by Amanda Anger - Located literally by the side of the road on the River Line in Harwich Township in Ontario, Canada. It was in use between 1850 and 1890.

Field Cemetery by Amanda Anger - Located literally by the side of the road on the River Line in Harwich Township in Ontario, Canada. It was in use between 1850 and 1890.

Trenton Michigan, Private Grounds, PESHA #9935 RPPC 1910

Trenton Michigan, Private Grounds, PESHA #9935 RPPC 1910

The Princess Gates - CNE  Canadian National Exhibition  Toronto Ontario

The Princess Gates - CNE Canadian National Exhibition Toronto Ontario

Toronto Canada  Eaton Centre 2010, (He was a statue until u dropped money in the bucket. Than he'd do a performance. -One of my faves.

Toronto Canada Eaton Centre 2010, (He was a statue until u dropped money in the bucket. Than he'd do a performance. -One of my faves.

The Canada Life Building is a historic office building in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The fifteen-floor Beaux Arts building was built by Sproatt & Rolph and stands at 285 feet (87 m), 321 feet (97.8 m) including its weather beacon.  It is located at University and Queen Street in the city's downtown. Work on the new headquarters of the Canada Life Assurance Company began in 1929 and it opened in 1931.

The Canada Life Building is a historic office building in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The fifteen-floor Beaux Arts building was built by Sproatt & Rolph and stands at 285 feet (87 m), 321 feet (97.8 m) including its weather beacon. It is located at University and Queen Street in the city's downtown. Work on the new headquarters of the Canada Life Assurance Company began in 1929 and it opened in 1931.

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