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|The Rogers Centre, the former SkyDome, is home to the Toronto Blue Jays and the Toronto Argonauts.||09/02/2005||548|
|This plant is located at Pickering just outside of Toronto.|
On 9/11/01, when the US closed its airspace, planes were diverted to Toronto and there were fears one could have been crashed into this nuclear power station.
|TORONTO - A group of Canadian residents arrested in coordinated raids across the Toronto area for “terrorism-related offenses” had planned to blow up targets around southern Ontario, Canadian police said on Saturday.|
They had accumulated 3 tons of Ammonuim Nitrate and were planning to blow up the offices of the CSIS near the CN tower in Toronto, Canada.
|The Music Garden - The internationally renowned cellist Mr. Yo-Yo Ma, working with landscape designer Julie Moir Messervy to interpret in nature the music of Bach's first suite, approached the city of Boston, Massachusetts to create an actual garden based on The Music Garden. When the Boston site fell through, Toronto Parks and Recreation enthusiastically embraced the project.||07/20/2005||752|
|A British construction site in high-res.||11/23/2007||316|
|Toronto Airport where the Airbus A340 crashed on 2 August||08/02/2005||591|
|British fort built in 1793 to defend York (Toronto) from American attack. It contains the largest group of War of 1812 buildings in Canada.||09/09/2005||368|
|This is the start of the Toronto Subway line. There are numerous trains visible as is the track loop that allows the trains to return south.||10/15/2005||436|
|The Shimao Wonderland Intercontinental, or Songjiang Shimao Hotel, is a unique hotel that is currently under construction in Songjiang, People's Republic of China, 30 miles from Shanghai. It is being built on the site of an abandoned quarry and, notably, features some rooms underwater.|
The hotel is currently in the detailed design stage, though construction has commenced. It is ...
|There you see the construction site of the Dresdner Frauenkriche, which was reopened and sanctified on October, 30th in 2005 after 11 years of rebuilding.|
The church was first built from 1726 - 1743 and destroyed in World War 2 (13th to 14th February 1945). It is the worlds biggest sandstone building and one of the most architectural-sophisticated churches in europe.
|View of construction site for the games panamericanos of 2007 in Rio de Janeiro||09/23/2005||342|
|This is Exhibition Place in Toronto, which currently hosts Champ Car's MolsonIndy Toronto race.||07/07/2006||375|