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Directions to Pape Avenue (Toronto) with public transportation

The following transit lines have routes that pass near Pape Avenue - Bus: 505, 72; Train: RH; Subway: 2; Streetcar: 501.

How to get to Pape Avenue by Subway?

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From Yorkdale Subway Station, Toronto 59 min
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From Kinka Izakaya, Toronto 43 min
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From Pho Rua Vang (Golden Turtle), Toronto 69 min
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From Starbucks, Toronto 71 min
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From Fairview Mall, Toronto 75 min
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How to get to Pape Avenue by Train?

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From Leslie Subway Station, Toronto 101 min
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Questions & Answers

What are the closest stations to Pape Avenue?

The closest stations to Pape Avenue are:

  • Queen St East At Pape Ave is 313 meters away, 5 min walk.
  • Queen St East At Carlaw Ave is 425 meters away, 6 min walk.
  • 235 Carlaw Ave is 566 meters away, 8 min walk.
  • 250 Carlaw Ave is 569 meters away, 8 min walk.

Which Bus lines stop near Pape Avenue?

These Bus lines stop near Pape Avenue: 505, 72.

Which Train lines stop near Pape Avenue?

These Train lines stop near Pape Avenue: RH.

Which Subway lines stop near Pape Avenue?

These Subway lines stop near Pape Avenue: 2.

Which Streetcar lines stop near Pape Avenue?

These Streetcar lines stop near Pape Avenue: 501.

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Pape Avenue, Toronto
Pape Avenue, Toronto Pape Avenue Cemetery, officially known as Holy Blossom Cemetery, is the first Jewish cemetery in the city of Toronto, Canada. The small cemetery is now closed to new burials, and is mostly hidden within the residential neighbourhood of Leslieville. It was established in 1849 by two prominent local businessmen Judah G. Joseph and Abraham Nordheimer (uncertain if Joseph is buried here, while Nordheimer died during his trip to Germany in 1862 and is buried at Bamberg Jewish Cemetery). At the time the nearest Jewish cemeteries were in Montreal or Buffalo, and Joseph was concerned for his fatally ill son Samuel, who eventually became the first burial in the new cemetery. The location near the corner of Pape (then called Centre Road) and Gerrard was then in still rural areas to the east of the city. It was not close to much of the Jewish community, but was a convenient location to purchase. It was one of the first Jewish institutions established in Toronto, being opened some years before the city's first synagogue. When Toronto Hebrew Congregation, the predecessor to Holy Blossom Temple, was established in 1856, it took over management of the cemetery, and continues to run it today. Over the next decades almost all the early founders of Toronto's Jewish community would be buried there. The small Pape Avenue Cemetery quickly ran out of room, and it was closed to new burials in the 1930s.
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