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Kate St, Alderley, Brisbane
Australia
Pano at the place I am living at the moment. Brisbane is renowned for rolling urban hills of wide streets and detached houses, mostly in the form of timber houses called "Queenslanders". Famous for wide verandahs, broad hallways and elevated from the ground on posts, they are celebrated, treasured and renovated.
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