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Royal Exhibition Building and Carlton Gardens

From the series “Famous Unesco Sites in Australia”
Fans of architectural attractions are sure to be impressed by the Royal Exhibition Building, located in the suburban area of ​​Melbourne. Together with Carlton gardens, it represents the great architectural, historical, aesthetic, and social value. The beautiful garden is an example of landscape art. It has been set more than a hundred years ago. It is full of rare species of trees, including century-old plane trees, rare oaks and cedars, as well as amazing evergreens. Each year, the garden is decorated with flower beds. Artificial lakes make the place wonderful.

There are several important cultural institutions on the territory of Carlton Gardens, such as the Melbourne Museum and Royal Exhibition Building. The latter is also a cultural monument of world importance. The building was … Read all

Great Barrier Reef

From the series “Famous Unesco Sites in Australia”
One of the main attractions of Australia and the natural site of world importance is the Great Barrier Reef, whose length is 2 500 km. It consists of a little less than 2 900 separate coral reefs and 900 islands. An area of the Great Barrier Reef is 344 400 square km. The reef is so huge that it can be easily noticed from space. In 1981, the site was included in the World Heritage List.

Scientists were able to determine that the reef began to form 8 000 years ago. Its transformation is held continuously. The rapid growth of corals contribute to certain climatic conditions, such as water temperature, which in this area doesn’t fall below 17.5 degrees Celsius. The colony of coral polyps form a unique ecosystem. The place has become home to thousands of species of marine life, including … Read all
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IHG Brings Its voco Brand to Scotland

As hotels in Scotland might open in April or May, the opening of two new hotels is a signal that life is slowly going back to normal and leisure travel will resume closer to summer. The name of the brand – voco – means “invite” or “call together” in Latin. The Glasgow hotel will be the first property by this brand in Scotland. The voco Grand Central Glasgow is a rebranded property open instead of the existing Grand Central Hotel. IHG reimagined the popular place, retaining its original charm. The new Glasgow hotel now features 230 rooms, meeting and event spaces, and an interesting option – a possibility to contact resident experts known as voco hosts who are ready to explore the most interesting parts of the city together with guests. voco Grand Central is a perfectly suitable choice for both leisure and business travelers. Read this


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Culture of regions in Australia

Among other interesting museums you will find in the city, there is the Australian Museum of Magical Arts, where you can learn the secrets of illusionists. A tour of the museum would be very informative, and most of all, the little citizens will certainly like it here. The Madame Tussauds Museum presents wax figures of celebrities like, Mahatma Gandhi, James Cook, Audrey Hepburn, Adele, Rihanna, Hugh Jackman (who is a native of the city at the bay), and the royal family of Great Britain. There … Read more
One of the most important points on the tourist route in the capital of Victoria is the Old Melbourne Gaol, a museum that served as a prison from 1842 to 1929. Among the prisoners executed here were legendary Edward (better known as Ned) Kelly, one of the symbols of Australia, Colin Campbell Ross who was put to death despite evidence of his innocence (which was proved in the 1990s through a forensic examination), as well as the serial killer Frederick Bailey Deeming. The museum exhibits include … Read more
Among the religious sights, it is essential to visit the Catholic Old St. Stephen’s Church. The place will immediately fascinate you, and on entering inside, you may never want to leave; it is incredibly calm here and this fact is noted even by those who are faithless. St. John’s Anglican Cathedral, built in a gothic style, attracts people with its interesting stained glass windows, as well as with excellent acoustics. As a result of this, concerts are often held here. Another church you … Read more
The main historical symbol of Perth is the Swan Bells (Bell Tower Perth). It serves as a starting point for most sightseeing tours. It is a high bell tower constructed of metal and glass, at the base of which a copper construction of impressive size is installed. At present, the Swan includes 18 bells, more than half of which were brought from England several centuries ago. Part of the bell tower has been converted into a museum displaying a collection of antique watches and bells. In the … Read more
Adelaide Oval is another prominent landmark of the city. The arena is simply astonishing with its grandeur, not only because you can watch interesting matches here. An architecturally fascinating structure is the Pilgrim Uniting Church. Everything here is outstanding – the organ, stained glass, interior and decorations. The Cathedral was put up in the 19th century and is a great example of gothic style. In its own way, the State Library of South Australia is beautiful in terms of architecture. … Read more
Canberra residents are proud of their history and cultural traditions. They carefully cherish the legacy of the past, which is embodied in splendid architectural and historical monuments. Australian War Memorial is an internationally famous attraction. This is a large museum complex, which includes Hall of Memory, Research Center and Museum of History. The beautiful memorial is devoted to all the soldiers who were killed defending their homeland. There is a beautiful sculpture garden near the … Read more
The history of Tasmania is extremely interesting; the island has been a place where convicts contained, so there are many specific attractions here. There are five historical sites of global importance on the island; the most famous among them is Port Arthur. Numerous curious stories and legends are associated with fort, as it is the darkest and the most mysterious attraction of Tasmania. Coal mines, where convicts once worked, have survived too. Today they have tourist value only; a … Read more

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