Royal Ontario Museum

The Royal Ontario Museum is an international cultural and natural history museum located in Toronto. It is the fifth largest in North America and contains over six million objects. It holds notable compilations on dinosaurs, the talents of the Near East, Africa and East Asia, European memories and Canadian history. The museum is located at the southwest corner of Bloor Street and Queen's Park, north of the legislative building of the same name, Queen's Park, and east of the University of Toronto's Philosophers' Drive. Built-in 1912 by the provincial government, the ROM was organized by the University of Toronto until 1955. Until now it has been an independent institution, it still maintains a close relationship with the university, sharing expertise and resources.

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