Photos: Cherry Blossoms At Trinity Bellwoods Park, Toronto

Photos: Tiffany Shum

Trinity Bellwoods Park was the original site of Trinity College, one of the colleges that now make up the University of Toronto. The college building, which was completed in 1852, stood roughly at the centre of the park, and remained there for just over 100 years.

Today the only remaining artifacts of the school are its restored gates at the south end of the park. Just pass these gates are where you’ll find a path of young Sakura trees, which normally bloom between April to May, depending on the weather.

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