University sights in Toronto
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The most famous University of Toronto college is the ultratraditional Trinity College, where entering collegians are anachronistically required to wear academic robes to meals. It's worth looking around the traditional quadrangle and the Anglican Chapel, which was designed by Sir Gilbert Scott, the same man responsible for Britain's ubiquitous red telephone booths. Pick up a self-guided tour pamphlet from the rack near the door. The leafy Philosopher ' s Walk leads north along the east side of Trinity College towards the stone-and-iron Alexandra Gates on Bloor St W, just east of the Royal Conservatory of Music.