Doors Open Toronto 2017

Vote for your favourite Doors Open Toronto photo

Doors Open Toronto has come and gone for another year, having shed more light on some of the city's most spectacular and often hard to access buildings.

As always, we reached out to our readers to share our photos from Doors Open Toronto by tagging their photos with #blogTOdot17. With over 2,000 entries we've narrowed the selections down to a final ten an now ask that you vote for your favourite.

1. @jb.0611 at York University

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2. @rabbits_hearts at Commerce Court

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3. @svetlanasyanina at Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library
4. @n.i.c.o.l.e.f at R. C. Harris Water Treatment Plant

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5. @heatherralice at Redpath Sugar Refinery

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6. @vincentdemers at Spadina House
7. @drysdaleandco at Queen's Park

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8. @allofmei_ at Osgoode Hall

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9. @joysix at City of Toronto Archives

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10. @engclau at Daniel's Faculty of Architecture

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Voting will remain open until end of day June 2, 2017. The top vote getters will receive prizes from Henry's Canada. First place will receive a $200 gift card, second place will receive a $100 gift card and third place will receive a $50 gift card.

Winners will be announced on June 5, 2017.

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