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The Twelve Apostles , Australia, Loch Ard Gorge, Island Arch before collaps

The Twelve Apostles

The Twelve Apostles is a National Park located in South Australia, not far from Melbourne. It is second symbol of Australia, after Sydney Opera House. Arches, caves, coves, cliffs form a unique complex and attract thousands of tourists. Through...

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Canberra, Australia, Scenic view of the old Parliament House

Canberra

Australia is officially became a country in 1901, when all individual colonies signed a federation pact. But the country still had a new capital city to be chosen. Sydney and Melbourne were two obvious choices as being the biggest cities, but the heads...

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Sydney, Australia, Great green place with the city skyline behind

Sydney attractions

Sydney is the oldest, largest and most populous city of Australia. Sydney is a major international travel destination. Its location on the ocean with a beautiful harbor and a great climate attracts people from all over the world to Sydney. Sydney is...

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Australia, Oceania, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park panoramic view

The Great Barrrier Reef

The Great Barrier Reef, also known as "Great Barrier", it is the largest of this kind in the world and is located in the North East Coast of Australia. The reef is known worldwide for its miraculous underwater world. The reef is not a continuous reef,...

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Sydney, Australia, Sydney Opera House side view

The Pritzker Prize for a masterpiece - Sydney Opera House

In 1957 an international design competition for the new Opera House in Sydney was won by Danish architect Jørn Utzon. The unique location on the Benne Long Point in the middle of Sydney Harbour, where the building might come, inspired Utzon's relatively...

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