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Someone created an unbelievable tunnel in Toronto park

Toronto has its fair share of stunning public art installations, including sculptures and paintings located both inside and outside some of the city's most high-profile buildings and condominiums. The newest project is located by the water in Budapest Park at 1757 Lake Shore Blvd. West.

This so-called time tunnel, created by Hungarian designers, commemorates the 60th anniversary of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. During this time, some 37,000 Hungarian refugees came to Canada.

This new installation isn't the only monument in Budapest Park. There's another sculpture by Victor Tolgesy that went up in 1966, ten years after the revolution.

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Photos by mooncall2012 in the blogTO Flickr pool and alatrz on Instagram.


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