QEW Monument

Local nameQEW Monument
LocationOld Toronto, Canada

The Queen Elizabeth Way Monument, also known as the Lion Monument and as the Loring Lion, is an Art Deco monument located in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The 1939–1940 monument honoring Queen Elizabeth was built as a decorative marker monument for the Toronto entrance to the Queen Elizabeth Way highway.

The stone monument consists of a column with a crown at the top on top of a base. On the face of the base section is a profile of the Queen and a stone lion is placed in front of the base. The monument was designed by architect William Lyon Somerville, who also designed the Henley Bridge of the QEW.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Queen_Elizabeth_Way_Monument

Address 2001 Lake Shore Blvd W, Toronto M6S, Canada

Coordinates 43°37'59.412" N -79°28'13.351" E

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