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Toronto Public Library - Toronto Reference Library

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Main intersection: Bloor and Yonge
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Anita
Anita
January 28, 2019
Research books about the history of Toronto or use the computers for free by signing up as a guest.
Shawn
Shawn
December 20, 2018
now THAT's a library....
Annie
Annie
December 04, 2018
this library hosts a marvelous collection of books - both paper media and digital - as well as catalogues, manuscripts, maps, films and even music sheets for those music lovers out there. The library also contains a special collection known as the Arthur Conan Doyle Collection, which is a tribute to…
Daniel
Daniel
November 27, 2018
The Toronto Reference Library is a five-storey building, designed by architect Raymond Moriyama, opened in 1977 and is the biggest public reference library in Canada. A curving atrium in the middle of the large library creates sight lines across floors, provides natural ventilation and introduces…
Jessica
Jessica
October 02, 2018
Designed by Raymond Moriyama, this iconic library features an epic atrium with serpentine floors best viewed from one of the cylindrical elevators. It was most recently featured in The Weeknd's music video for his song "Secrets" (who fun fact, are also Torontonians). Take a few moments to walk in…

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789 Yonge St
Old Toronto, ON M4W 2G8
Telefon+1 416-395-5577
Status for åbningstiderOpen · Closes 8:30 PM
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