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Bank of Upper Canada Building

Bank of Upper Canada Building

252 Adelaide Street East, Toronto, Ontario
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The Bank of Upper Canada Building, built by John Ewart (architect), is one of the oldest financial service buildings in Toronto, Canada. Built in 1827-34, it housed the Bank of Upper Canada until the bank's collapse in 1866. It is located at 252 Adelaide Street East. It has been designated a National Historic Site of Canada since 1977.

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The Bank of Upper Canada Building, built by John Ewart (architect), is one of the oldest financial service buildings in Toronto, Canada. Built in 1827-34, it housed the Bank of Upper Canada until the bank's collapse in 1866. It is located at 252 Adelaide Street East. It has been designated a National Historic Site of Canada since 1977.

252 Adelaide Street East, Toronto, Ontario
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Photo: Photograph by SimonP, used under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license

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