Royal Arcade, Melbourne
City of Melbourne

Royal Arcade is a heritage shopping Arcade (architecture) in the Melbourne central business district.

Originally constructed in 1869, the arcade connects Little Collins Street to the Bourke Street Mall, with a perpendicular passage running to Elizabeth Street in the west. It also connects to the smaller Hub Arcade near the Little Collins Street end.

From Wikipedia Royal Arcade, Melbourne

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Updated: 07/07/2014


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