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Old Posted Nov 29, 2008, 6:08 PM
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TORONTO | Cabbagetown

Toronto Tours:

Too much TorontoMajor League Skyscrapers
The AnnexChinatownCabbagetown

C A B B A G E T O W N • T O R O N T O

Cabbagetown is known for its relatively intact Victorian streetscapes, beautiful gardens, and narrow irregular streets.
The original Cabbagetown was demolished and replaced with the vast Regent Park apartment complex. Once known
as Don Vale, the Victorian neighbourhood to the north of Regent Park underwent gentrification and became known as
"Cabbagetown." Unfortunately for this tour I missed the gardens by a few weeks, but at least the lack of foliage allows
us to see the houses better.

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