Courtyard In Sydney

This courtyard in the Sydney central business district is actually part of Sydney Hospital. It was a sunny New Year's Eve day when I visited it on the last day of 2012. Normally the courtyard is busy with people passing through the shortcut from the park to the city, however on this special day there was no-one else there as even the cafe was closed. An excellent chance to take in the architecture.

Copyright: Phil whitten
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Uploaded: 01/01/2013
Updated: 08/01/2013


Tags: sydney; hospital; cbd; nye; courtyard; 2012
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