Sydney Australia Tourism

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Sydney Opera House, New South Wales is one of the buildings of the 20th century's most unique and famous. This building is situated on Bennelong Point in Sydney Harbour near the Sydney Harbour Bridge and a view of the two buildings is a separate icon for Australia.
For the millions of tourists who come, this building has a charm in the shape of such shells. Aside from being a tourist attraction, the building is also home to a variety of theater, ballet, and various other arts. This building is managed by the Opera House Trust and became the headquarters for Opera Australia, Sydney Theatre Company, and the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
The design is derived from a competition which was won by Jørn Utzon of Denmark in 1955. Utzon himself came to Sydney for supervision in 1957. harbour

Sydney Harbour Bridge is the main route to cross the Sydney Harbour (Sydney Harbour), which connects the central business district of Sydney (Sydney CBD) with the region north of Sydney (North Sydney). At the top there is the railway, motor vehicles, bicycles, and sidewalks. Along with the Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge is an icon for the city of Sydney as well as Australia. Locals named this bridge as The Coathanger [1] (hanger) as a result of designnya curved at the top, although this calls more and more rarely mentioned.

Sydney Harbour from the air showing the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Opera House, North Sydney and Paramatta river
This bridge is the tallest building in the city of Sydney until 1967. According to Guinness World Records, this bridge is the widest in the world, as well as framed steel arch bridge in the world with the highest peak stands 134 meters above the harbor. [1] The bridge was also noted as the longest steel arch bridge in the world's number four.


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