The best cherry blossom Instagrams at U of T

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Sakuras bloomed and U of T's Instagram users captured the short-lived display

Kristina Doyle and Brianna Goldberg

Cherry blossoms, sometimes called sakura, bloom so briefly - but when they do, they make for a lovely scene.

The University of Toronto is lucky to feature them as part of the landscaping at Robarts Library and at Scarborough campus, and this week their pink blooms drew out Instagram photographers from the university and beyond.

The following are some of U of T News' favourite user-generated photos of the sakuras this week, for those who missed the blooming window, or for those who want to relive the splendour again.

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