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Museum Of Contempory Art
Australia

The Museum of Contemporary Art is located at Circular Quay close to the Sydney Harbour bridge and the Opera house. The museum had a new wing built in 2012 and there is always a free exhibition on show. The cafe has greats views over Circular Quay to the Opera House. The museum is also very close to the Overseas Passenger Terminal so often a cruise liner can be seen moored up on the quay.

Copyright: Phil Whitten
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Taken: 20/02/2013
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Tags: sydney harbour; opera house; harbour bridge; circular quay; ferry; sydney; mca
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