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This is the Toronto City Hall (the way I see it).
Designed by architect Vijo Revell, it is divided into three main parts...The convex circular council chamber surrounded by two semi-circular office towers joined underground.
Opened in 1965, the design was very controversial, described as everything from "Brilliant" to "urinals for the Jolly Green Giant".
If you wish, just do an image search on 'Toronto City Hall' to see many different views. Perhaps you will be able to see where this was taken from.
To see what the structure actually looks like, just do a Google Image Search for 'Toronto City Hall'. Perhaps you will be able to figure out where this was shot from.
From my 'Chiaroscuro' collection.
In my 'Architecture and Scenic' collection.
Thanks to Sonia Adam Murray for the Spotlight!
In the Architecture, Chiaroscuro Style photo essay.
Also by James Wiley
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