Toronto will have one of the most stunning sunsets of the year this month

Oct 3 2021, 3:06 pm

One of Toronto’s most stunning sunsets of the year is set to dazzle the city this month.

Torontohenge—when the sunset aligns perfectly with Toronto’s major east-west streets—will occur on October 25.

Named for Stonehenge and inspired by New York’s Manhattanhenge, the breathtaking phenomenon only occurs four times per year: twice at sunrise and twice at sunset.

Previous iterations of Torontohenge took place in August, April, and February, making October’s the last of 2021.

The sun will set at roughly 6:18 pm on October 25, but the spectacle can still be seen—and photographed—for about a week beforehand.

Check out a few photos of past Torontohenges below, and get inspired for this month’s striking sunset.

 

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