Adelaide Images

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Adelaide, Australia
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Queen Adelaide, the city's namesake (Source)
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In July 1876, the Illustrated Sydney News published a special supplement that included an early aerial view of the City of Adelaide, the River Torrens and portion of North Adelaide from a point above Pennington Terrace, North Adelaide. (Source)
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North Terrace in 1841 (Source)
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Intersection of North Terrace and King William Street viewed from Parliament House, 1938. (Source)
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Part of the CBD skyline at night, 2013 (Source)
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Satellite image of Adelaide's metropolitan area. The Adelaide Hills is the green area to the right of the image. (Source)
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The corner of North Terrace (right) and Pulteney Street (left), looking south-west from Bonython Hall. (Source)
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King William Street, one of the widest main streets in an Australian capital city, viewed from Victoria Square. (Source)
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Parliament House, Adelaide (Source)
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Chinatown on Moonta Street in the Market precinct (Source)
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Saint Francis Xavier's Cathedral in Victoria Square (Source)
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Flinders Medical Centre. Health care and social assistance is the largest ABS defined employment sector in South Australia.[76] (Source)
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Barr Smith Library, part of the University of Adelaide (Source)
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Historic Torrens Building in Victoria Square houses campuses of several international universities operating in South Australia (Source)
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The Art Gallery of South Australia, and part of the South Australian Museum on North Terrace (Source)
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The Adelaide Convention Centre, the first of its kind in South Australia, is situated on the River Torrens. Photo taken in 2007. (Source)
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The Adelaide Town Hall (Source)
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The Adelaide Entertainment Centre, the largest indoor sports and entertainment venue in Adelaide (Source)
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Sir Keith Murdoch House, named after the founder of The News, is the headquarters for the publisher of Adelaide's daily newspaper, The Advertiser. (Source)
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Adelaide Oval is the home of Australian rules football and cricket in South Australia. (Source)
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Hindmarsh Stadium hosts Adelaide United. (Source)
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Titanium Security Arena is home to basketball in South Australia. (Source)
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The Tour Down Under is the first event of the UCI World Tour calendar. (Source)
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The South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) located on North Terrace (Source)
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Construction of the University of Adelaide Health & Medical Sciences Building (Source)
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A Qantas plane leaving Adelaide Airport. (Source)
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Aerial view of Happy Valley Reservoir in early 2007 (Source)

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