Melbourne Images

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Melbourne, Australia
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Melbourne Landing, 1840; watercolour by W. Liardet (1840) (Source)
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Canvas Town, South Melbourne in the 1850s depicting temporary accommodation for the thousands who poured into Melbourne each week during the gold rush. (Source)
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Lithograph of the Royal Exhibition Building, built to host the Melbourne International Exhibition of 1880 (Source)
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Federal Coffee Palace, one of many grand hotels erected during the boom (Source)
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The Big Picture, the opening of the first Parliament of Australia on 9 May 1901, painted by Tom Roberts. (Source)
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ICI House, a symbol of progress and modernity in post-war Melbourne (Source)
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Map of Melbourne and Geelong urban areas (Source)
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Carlton Gardens in autumn (Source)
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Aerial view of the central business district surrounded by the inner suburbs (Source)
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The inner city is home to an extensive network of lively laneways and arcades. (Source)
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Aerial view of Albert Park (Source)
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Melbourne Style terrace houses are common in the inner suburbs and have been the subject of gentrification. (Source)
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Princess Theatre was established in 1854. (Source)
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The State Library of Victorias La Trobe Reading Room (Source)
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Aerial photograph of Queen Victoria Market. (Source)
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The National Gallery of Victoria is Australias, and one of the worlds, most visited art museums. (Source)
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Modern skyscrapers are set back from the street in order to preserve Victorian era buildings on Collins Street. (Source)
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Eureka Tower, Melbournes tallest building, reaching the clouds at night (Source)
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Melbourne hosts the Australian Open, one of four annual Grand Slam tennis tournaments. (Source)
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Statue at the Melbourne Cricket Ground of Tom Wills umpiring an 1858 football match between Scotch College and Melbourne Grammar School. The first games of Australian rules football were played in adjacent parklands. (Source)
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Melbournes entertainment and conference precinct (Crown Casino and Convention Centre) make substantial annual contributions to the Victorian economy (AU$2 billion and AU$3 billion respectively).[152] (Source)
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The atrium of Melbournes flagship Myer department store, which generates yearly revenue of almost AU$300 million.[161] (Source)
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Chinese New Year celebrations in Chinatown (Source)
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Ormond College, part of the University of Melbourne (Source)
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Monash University (Source)
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Headquarters of The Age (Source)
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St Pauls Cathedral. (Source)
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Parliament House (Source)
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Aerial view of Royal Melbourne Hospital in Parkville (Source)
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The Bolte Bridge is part of the CityLink tollway system. (Source)
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Southern Cross station (Source)
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Melbourne is home to the worlds largest tram network.[216] (Source)
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Sugarloaf Reservoir at Christmas Hills in the metropolitan area is one of Melbournes closest water supplies. (Source)
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