TD Towers in Toronto / Architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe’s TD Centre, the first modern high-rise office complex in Toronto, is unique among neighbouring Financial District office towers due to its lack of illuminated signage.
→ The White-Gold Tower, also called the Imperial Palace, is the enormous central spire of the Imperial City, located in the heart of the Palace District. The tower was built by the Aldmer in the middle of the Merethic Era and was the center of the region occupied by their kin, the Ayleids. Currently, it serves as the Imperial Palace and hosts the vaults and libraries of the Moth Priesthood. It can be seen from all over the Imperial City and the surrounding countryside, and is a defining symbol of the Empire.
i’m so glad my friend forced me out of my bed this afternoon! we walked around tower district where we basically bought out all of the thrift stores, spent my entire life savings on a David Bowie vinyl, and i got to hold so many little taylor swifts (🐍🐍) !!