This block is a life-threatening area, because the house is very special, so there will be visitors to visit it. It feels that their foreign school districts are really mature, and the green buildings are very beautiful. Each house is different and has its own characteristics.
Cabbage area was originally a cabbage growing area, and the residents were working class of middle and lower class. So the buildings here did not have the luxury and grandeur of the wealthy area, forming a Victorian style of small-scale architecture. Now the streets here have gradually evolved into a strong commercial street.
The cabbage area, which is a relatively poor area, is densely populated, and most things are very cheap.
It is said that during the Industrial Revolution, Irish immigrants could not afford to live in the city before they moved here. Housewives planted cabbage and potatoes. So it is called the cabbage area. After 1950, the slums became characteristic streets. Now many restaurants and shops are here and become a popular attraction in Toronto.
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In those days, the development of poor residential areas is totally different now. The villas in the townhouse block are covered by green trees in front of the door. They are very suitable for walking.
Cabbage here is so sweet and delicious that you can't help liking it.
It's really beautiful. It's suggested to go in through the North Gate and see the people who have time on the viewing platform. It's suggested that a lot of local people come out to bask in the sun.
In the middle is a sign of a Chinese cabbage. The small shops beside the road have their own characteristics. The cabbage district flag is planted on the shops. In front of each house are super-large cabbages, green and blooming like flowers, featuring ancient Victorian mansions.
It's a young literary and artistic path, similar to Gulangyu Island, with painted buildings on both sides. It's a favorite place for petty bourgeoisie.