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Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge with Water Taxi
Australia

This is beautiful Darling Harbour in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. You can see the loney tourist taking photos (my wife) with the famous Sydney Opera House in the back ground. Darling Habour is a busy water way dotted with water taxis ferrying people back and forth. Also you will see the Sydney Harbour Bridge also known has the "Coat Hanger Bridge".

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