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Commonly referred to as “Toronto’s Flatiron,” the Gooderham Building is situated just east of the city’s financial district, wedged between Wellington and Front Street. One of Toronto’s best known (and often-Instagrammed) buildings, the Gooderham Building, an example of Romanesque Revival and French Gothic architecture, has remained an iconic Toronto site since construction finished in 1892. Culture Trip takes a look at the building’s past, its namesake, and ten photographs that reflect unique perspectives of the Gooderham throughout history.