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In The Foyer
Australia

In the foyer of the Sydney Opera House. A great place to visit for a concert or opera or if you are short of time you can take the guided tour. I had recently been to a viewing of the film '2001, A Space Odyssey' but with a full orchestra providing the sound track. I was impressed. Located at Circular Quay and right by the harbour with excellent views of the harbour bridge it is well worth visiting.

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