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Osgoode Hall

Constructed between 1829 and 1832 to house the provincial law courts and judicial offices, Osgoode Hall was named in honour of the province's first chief justice, William Osgoode. Rebuilt, extended, and renovated frequently during its long history, the building stands as one of the finest examples of Victorian architecture in Canada.

Location

On the grounds of the hall, 130 Queen Street West at University Avenue, Toronto

Region: Greater Toronto Area

County/District: City of Toronto (District)

Municipality: City of Toronto

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