logo

Video encyclopedia

King Street

41:25

Toronto Walks - King Street West on a Saturday afternoon [4K]

11:48

Driving Downtown - Toronto King Street 4K - Canada

35:40

Friday Nightlife on a Busy King West in Downtown Toronto (July 2021)

8:42

《4K》Driving Downtown - Toronto King Street - Canada

17:45

Downtown Toronto Walk | King Street East to George Street

King Street is a major east–west commercial thoroughfare in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It was one of the first streets laid out in the 1793 plan of the town of York, which became Toronto in 1834. After the construction of the Market Square in 1803 at King and Jarvis streets, to house the first St. Lawrence Market farmer's market, the street became the primary commercial street of York and early Toronto. This original core was destroyed in the 1849 Great Fire of Toronto, but subsequently rebuilt. The original street extended from George to Berkeley Street and was extended by 1901 to its present terminuses at Roncesvalles Avenue in the west and the Don River in the east.
Explore contextually related video stories in a new eye-catching way. Try Combster now!