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[ #WnderlustTrivia : SYDNEY'S ROADS, TOPOGRAPHY, AND WEATHER]
➡ Now I write this article by myself. Hehe.
Sydney is a city with beautiful beaches and coastline, and also lively buildings in the city. Sydney has hilly roads, up and down, all the way to suburbs. If we stay at the Central Business District (CBD), or the city centre, major attractions and lots of things are not far away, mostly in walking distance. That is why people choose to walk in here, even in winter.
Lots of the streets and regions' names are taken from English street names back in United Kingdom. You will notice there are lots of similarities among them.
In winter, the weather is quite cold but it's still comfortable to be outside. Just make sure you put your Long-John's on and coat/jacket. In summer, it could be 40 degrees celcius. A recommended travelling time is actually September and October, the weather is nice and it's quite a low-season.
-DISCOUNTS AND SHOPPING,
-TRANSPORT TIPS AND FREE DAYS,
- BASED ON REQUEST(?)
I will post more like this. Also, this is inspired by the useful trivia posts of @meyerbarry
[ #WnderlustTrivia : SYDNEY'S ARCHITECTURE ]
So based on why I see myself, I want to share few things about Sydney... but I search for the formal explanations, so it's more legit:
The Architecture of Sydney is not characterised by any one architectural style, but by an extensive juxtaposition of old and new architecture over the city's 200-year history, from its modest beginnings with local materials and lack of international funding to its present-day modernity with an expansive skyline of high rises and skyscrapers.
Under the tenure of early nineteenth-century Governor Lachlan Macquarie, the works of Francis Greenwaywere the first substantial buildings for the fledgling colony. Later prominent styles were the Victorian buildings of the city centre created out of local Sydney sandstone, and the turn of the century Federation style in the new garden suburbs of the time.
With the lifting of height restrictions in the post-World War II years, much of central Sydney's older stock of architecture was demolished to make way formodernist high rise buildings. Some of the most notable new buildings were designed by the Austrian-Australian architect Harry Seidler, as well as by international architects such as Jørn Utzon, Jean Nouvel, Richard Rogers, Renzo Piano, Norman Fosteror Frank O. Gehry
Note : Jørn Utzon is the architect for Sydney Opera House.
In frame: St. Mary's Cathedral in Hyde Park, Sydney.