Canada Old City Hall

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Vladeta Jericevic

About this spot
The Old City Hall is a Romanesque-style civic building and courthouse in Toronto. It was the home of the Toronto City Council from 1899 to 1966 and remains one of the city's most prominent structures.

Designed by prominent Toronto architect Edward James Lennox, the building took more than a decade to build and cost more than $2.5 million (equals close to 53 million today).

Today it houses the Ontario Court of Justice.

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Vladeta Jericevic

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