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Sydney Opera House and Circular Quay

Sydney Opera house on a winter morning. With a view of Circular Quay, Sydney central business district, the Sydney Harbour bridge, and Luna park on the north shore of the harbor.

Sydney Opera house was opened in 1973, the year I was born.

The harbour bridge however is 41 years old, but you wouldn't know from how well it is maintained.

Copyright: Rich Powell
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 7000x3500
Taken: 18/10/2011
Uploadet: 09/07/2011
Opdateret: 21/03/2015


Tags: sydney harbour; harbor; bridge; opera house; city; sydney; bennelong point; new south wales; australia; event; centre; venue; view; 360; panorama; spherical; manfrotto
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