This unpublished shot from my archives is also from the Museum of History. The Orthodox sanctuary that resides in Canada Hall can also be glimpsed from the side windows. For the original post, click here. Canada Hall is presently closed up (there are other exhibits available inside the place, while the Museum is reorganizing and reconfiguring, all thanks to a government mandated decree- from a government that swore it would be hands off with museums- that the museum follow its orders). The Hall will be reopened in 2017, it seems, but the sanctuary, one assumes, will continue to be part of the Hall. Whether or not the reconfiguration of Canada Hall adheres to the narrow minded view of the Prime Minister, well, that depends on the results of a federal election this year (want to guess what party I'm not voting for?).
This view of the front of the sanctuary is as close as you can get to it; from the entrance, the sanctuary is roped off.
This reminder for City Daily Photo Bloggers on the theme day for February. You must answer this question: If you had to leave forever the city from which you usually post, what would you miss most?