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The busy intersection of Avenue Road and Bloor Street in Toronto has a fascinating juxtaposition of old and new buildings.  The cutting edge architecture of the new Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) sits at the corner across from one of the oldest Anglican churches in the city. The historic buildings on the University of Toronto campus are situated right behind the ROM.

“Architecture is inhabited sculpture.”

–Constantin Brancusi

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