|ROM Rotunda ceiling :: January 26, 2010|
|One of my favourite rooms in Toronto is the Rotunda in the Royal Ontario Museum, just inside the old main entrance along University Avenue. In particular is the ceiling, made of more than a million tiny pieces of imported Venetian glass with "patterns and symbols representing cultures throughout the ages and around the world". |
I've set up a page with a history, photos, even a link to an audio tour on the ROM Rotunda
Today's Historic Toronto photos:
I've geotagged and dated a bunch of historic photos from around Toronto. Click here to see photos from today's date in history.
Or you can also see the set of historic photos by Toronto neighbourhoods here.
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(This photo ROM Rotunda ceiling was taken at Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto, Ontario on 2010-01-23 )
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