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Ontario's $8;500;000 pavilion is bright; open and filled with noise and movement. Its angular structure of glass and steel holds Expo's smallest theatre - and its second biggest. Minirail trains run through the building with its 700 seat restaurant and bar; talking robots; art galleries and countless other attractions.<br />
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PHOTO : Boris Spremo - Toronto Star Archives - AQP
Expo 67
1967 FILE PHOTO - ARCHIVES -

Ontario's $8;500;000 pavilion is bright; open and filled with noise and movement. Its angular structure of glass and steel holds Expo's smallest theatre - and its second biggest. Minirail trains run through the building with its 700 seat restaurant and bar; talking robots; art galleries and countless other attractions.


1967

PHOTO : Boris Spremo - Toronto Star Archives - AQP

Filename: FILE_67_FES_EXPO 67_BS_121.jpg
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Date: 24 Jul 1967
Location: Montreal ON Canada
Credit: Agence Quebec Presse
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