100 Queen St. W.,
Nathan Phillips Square,
Toronto

One of the city icons is Toronto City Hall which is a skyscraper built at the start of 1960 and is located in Nathan Phillips Square.

It was designed by a Finnish architect Viljo Revell in the shape of an eye, with two semicircular buildings which represent the eyelids and a huge meeting room in the centre which represents the pupil.

In front of the building you will see Nathan Phillips Square with a fountain which is used as an ice rink during the winter months. There are open-air concerts held in the area and it is also where the annual New Year’s Eve party is held.

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