The Pan Am Games in Toronto

Thursday finally the torch of the Pan American Games came to Toronto, precisely at Nathan Philips Square!
After a long journey started from Mexico, the symbol of this event brought together 5000 people in the town hall square, ready to greet the athletes of the Canadian national team, taking pictures, singing the anthem!




While waiting for the torch there were activities for young and older, you could even create your own torch of paper!
Play basket and take pictures with Patchi, the mascot!

Let the games begin!!

During the weekend the square has seen several concerts including that of Wyclef Jean and Serena Ryder, the Canadian singer who wrote the official song Together we are one


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The square is simply charming thanks to the 3D Toronto that in the evening is reflected in the pond!

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