Hockey Hall of Fame

Toronto's Hockey Hall of Fame is a iconic stop for both sports lovers and architectural buffs alike. Originally established in Kingston back in 1943, it moved to Toronto in 1958. Its first permanent location was at the Canadian National Exhibition, but was relocated to a former Bank of Montreal building in downtown Toronto. 

The Bank of Montreal building's architecture is well-known in Toronto, and has been featured in Terry Murray's Faces on Places for its exerior sculptures. In particular, the statue of Hermes holding up one of the building's walls. 

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