Toronto: Strength In Diversity

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Toronto is well-known for it’s multiculturalism and it stands as a prime example of being the most welcoming city for people from all corners of the globe. The following is a list of all the reasons why Toronto is a unique and great city.

1. Torontonians’ devotion to the  Maple Leafs despite their continuous losing streak is worth admiring. Every single hockey game is almost entirely sold out.

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2. The city where you will find a bar dedicated to the Rolling Stones, “Stones Place.” The owner has been collecting Rolling Stones memorabilia for approximately forty years and has walls plastered with the band. The bar features a lounge area, bars, and a dance floor with a DJ whom only plays tracks from the 60s to the 80s. Time to get groovy.

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3.  The city houses the University of Toronto whose campus is unlike no other. The buildings resemble those of Hogwarts.

Trinity College – University of Toronto – Source: Wikipedia

4. If you have a sudden craving for Italian food and vino (wine), Terroni restaurant is one of the best places to satisfy your thirst and appetite.

Terroni – Source: Terroni

5.  Tired of partying and thirsty for knowledge? Well the Royal Ontario Museum is a compulsory attraction while visiting this diversified city.

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6. For the trendy fashionistas on a shopping spree for vintage and chic items to adorn their warderobes then Queen Street is for you. The street is adorned with both global up-scale retailers and local uncommon boutiques.

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Feel free to share your experience while staying in Toronto. 



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