There's no denying it: Toronto is a beautiful city. There's no end to the amazing murals, stunning restaurants, and beautiful parks in the city. All of these sights mean that taking good insta photos is pretty easy for Torontonians.

There are some places in Toronto that are just so cool they need to be photographed. Here are the 28 most instagrammable spots in Toronto.


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Kate Moss Mural behind Portland Variety // 597 King Street West


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Allan Gardens Conservatory // 19 Horticultural Avenue


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Riverdale Park // 550 Broadview Avenue


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Odin Coffee Bar // 514 King Street East


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Cocktail Emporium // 20 Kensington Avenue


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Casa Loma // 1 Austin Terrace


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The AGO // 317 Dundas Street


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Brick Murals // Throughout Liberty Village


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Light Cafe // 23 Baldwin Street


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Piano Piano // 88 Harbord Street


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Bake Shoppe // 859 College Street


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Kitten and the Bear // 1574 Queen Street West


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Her Majesty's Pleasure // 556 King Street West


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Reunion Island Coffee // 385 Roncesvalles Avenue


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Fairmont Royal York Ballroom // 100 Front Street West


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Crown Flora Studio // 1233 Queen Street West


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Lavelle Rooftop // 627 King Street West


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Power Plant // 231 Queen's Quay


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The ROM // 100 Queen's Park


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Evergreen Brickworks // 550 Bayview Avenue


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Planta Restaurant // 1221 Bay Street


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Aga Khan Museum // 77 Wynford Drive


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Osgoode Hall // 130 Queen Street West


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Struck Contemporary // 1066 Yonge Street


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CN Tower view in front of the Toronto Dominion Centre // 65 Wellington Street West


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June Callwood Park (The Pink Park) // 636 Fleet Street


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