25 Photos Of The Spectacular Sunsets In Toronto

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25 Photos Of The Spectacular Sunsets In Toronto

Toronto is unquestionably the most beautiful city in the world. ?  And while TO looks great from any angle, we think it looks best at sunset. There is something serene and calming about sunsets, don't you agree?

Here's 25 spectacular photos to prove it, taken during the pink hour! 

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