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Royal Ontario Museum
The Royal Ontario Museum is a major landmark in the heart of Toronto. The façade represents the arts and sciences and bears the coat of arms of the Province of Ontario and the ROM. Chapman & Oxley, Architects, constructed the original façade of Queenston limestone in 1932. This façade extends to the left and right by many bays. The museum is a destination for all children of Toronto for their first encounter with dinosaurs, ancient worlds and the shapes and colours of history. A limited edition exists of the ROM, for which enquiries should made.
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