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Toronto City Hall
Toronto City Hall (completed 1965) was designed by Finnish architect Viljo Revell (1910-1964) .   The "mushroom" type structure between the two curved towers is where Toronto's "City Council" meets.    The city hall square is known as "Nathan Philips Square (named after a former Toronto mayor).   It's a popular location for music concerts, cultural festivals and political demonstrations!   The square houses a reflecting pond with fountains which in winter is converted into a very popular ice-skating rink.

Nathan Philips Square

Old City Hall

Toronto's "Old" City Hall (completed 1899) designed by Toronto architect Edward James Lennox (1844-1933) as viewed from Nathan Philips Square. The building currently is used as a court house.   The clock tower still chimes on the hour!    The south tower of the Toronto Eaton Centre (a huge shopping mall/office complex) can be seen in the background.