Kensington Market, Toronto 2015
What attracts me are the windows and doors, resembling cut-outs, in the multicultural ambience of ‘plains-clothe’ houses with their harlequin-esque facades camouflaging the antiquity of constructions along Augusta Avenue, Nassau St, Baldwin St. and Kensington Av..
Kensington Market is an eclectic multi-cultural neighbourhood bordered by College Street on the north, Spadina Avenue on the east , Dundas St. W on the south and Bathurst St on the west.
The market is a visual and culinary delight and a designated National historic Site of Canada (2006).
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