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(March 17–20, 2005)

Mike Posehn

The Hardware Emporium

Roberto Portolese

Early shopping on a Saturday Morning

Saint Lawrence Market, Toronto, Canada

March 19, 2005 at 9:15 am

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The St. Lawrence Market is an indoor shopping area, consisting of several family owned shops selling fresh breads, meats, fish, cheese, and delicatessens.

The South St. Lawrence Market building, was the location of the first Toronto City Hall from 1845 to 1899. The building is located in the south corner of Front Street and Jarvis Street. The South Market location has 2 levels of stores.

Since the beginning of 1900 St. Lawrence Market has been a preferred destination for fresh food lovers in the Greater Toronto Area. There are more than 50 merchants bringing a wide variety of unique specialties. You can also find restaurants and a gallery, exhibiting archival records of the City of Toronto.

Walking through the market awakens all the senses. Unfortunately, 360 QTVR Panoramas do not yet allow an "aroma" file.
Nikon Coolpix 8700, 1/4 Sec. - F 2.8 - Iso 50, Nikon Fisheye lens FC-E9, Agnos MrotatorB, ligh & compact tripod, Photoshop Elements 2, Panoweaver 3.01 on a PC.

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