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Kirribilli view of Sydney Cove (with zoom in capability)
Australia

Kirriblli is possibly the best place to look across Sydney harbour and appreciate the sights of the Opera House, Circular Quay and the Sydney Harbour bridge. A sunny day in January is the perfect time to take this 360° panoramic image. You can zoom in and get a good view of the bustling Circular Quay. What better than a summer day in Sydney and plenty of places for visitors like me to explore.

Copyright: Phil whitten
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上传: 07/01/2013
更新: 08/01/2013
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Tags: sydney; circular quay; sydney cove; harbour bridge; kirribilli; cbd; opera house; summer
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