Start your acquaintance with the city from Federation Square, which is decorated with unusual architectural monuments. You can also visit the National Gallery, which is located directly on the square. In order to get acquainted with the history of the city, move your feet to the Museum of Gold. It was opened in the middle of the 19th century in an amazingly beautiful architectural complex built in the neo-Renaissance style. The name of the museum hasn’t been chosen by chance as Melbourne has been built during the Victorian Gold Rush. Another truly grandiose building is the Melbourne Aquarium, which is built in the so-called "circular" form, so visitors can walk through an unusual tunnel and see all the splendor of the sea around them. The main theme of the aquarium is the inhabitants of the southern seas.
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