Interpretation of Jesus with thorn crown and blood in his face. The Saint Francis of Assisi and Little Italy community celebrates Good Friday with the traditional procession representing the events that led to the Crucifixion and Resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Saint Michael Cathedral in Toronto opens its doors to the public after four years of reconstruction. In the event, artists and architects were explaining visitors the delicate process of revitalization. The building is part of Toronto heritage.
Bronze statue of Alexander the Great at Danforth and Logan Avenues. The place is called Alexander the Great Parkette and is considered to be the heart of Toronto's Greek Town
Saint Andrew Church Interior Details. Arched ceiling in Altar. St. Andrew's Church is a large and historic Romanesque Revival Presbyterian church
Plaster cast body of a person killed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius at Pompeii in 79 A.D on display at the Royal Ontario Museum. The person is sitting on the floor with vertically folded legs and his hands held close to his head. The city of Pompeii was an ancient Roman town in Italy which was mostly destroyed and buried under ash and pumice in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD.
Toronto's Ireland Park opened in 2007: Stone carved statues depicting the Irish immigrants who fled during the Great Famine of 1847.
Signs explaining the story of Jesus Christ to the general public. Good Friday celebration event in Saint Francis of Assisi church in Toronto's Little Italy. Toronto holds many religious expressions peacefully as part of the multiculturalism found in the city.
Saint Andrew Church Interior Details. St. Andrew's Church is a large and historic Romanesque Revival Presbyterian church