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The tip of the Western Hemisphere

The tallest freestanding structure of the Western Hemisphere is the Canadian National Tower, built back in 1976.

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And the highest floor in the Western hemisphere is its Skypod.

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From its 447 m.s.l., enjoy the majestic view on Toronto downtown and lake Ontario.

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Wait for the the lights switching on the Gardiner motorway and roof top swimming pools …

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… and enjoy the sunset.  Pictures shot with a Nikon 16-35 mm and a 70-200 mm VR II. Click each picture to zoom in.

 

Posted by lorenzoborghi on July 21, 2016
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  1. 07/22/2016

    Lorenzo

    Great pics! You captured the essence of the CN Tower very well! I love the sunset!

    Cheers
    Jim

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    • 07/22/2016

      Thank you Jim! It was exciting spying the city from such an high terrace. I was lucky it was quite empty at 8pm. Up there at almost 500 meters I had the luxury to spot the latest sunset in Toronto that day.

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