Meaning, "house on the hill" Casa Loma was home to Sir Henry Pellatt and can be found in downtown Toronto. "Casa Loma took three years and $3.5 million to build. Sir Henry filled Casa Loma with artwork from Canada and around the world. Casa Loma stood as a monument to its creator - it surpassed any other private home in North America. With its soaring battlements and secret passageways, it paid homage to the castles and knights of days gone by."
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A GO Transit commuter train on the Lakeshore West line in Toronto, Canada, travelling westbound to Burlington. Photograph was taken looking east from the Roncesvalles Avenue pedestrian bridge. Date 3 July 2008
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