Sydney Images

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Sydney, Australia
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Petroglyph in Sydneys Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park (Source)
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Convict artist Thomas Watlings A Northward View of Sydney Cove, 1794 (Source)
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Aerial illustration of Sydney, 1888 (Source)
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Sydney Harbour in 1932 (Source)
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Sydney lies on a submergent coastline where the ocean level has risen to flood deep rias. (Source)
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Almost all of the exposed rocks around Sydney are sandstone. (Source)
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A dry sclerophyll bushland in Sydney with eucalyptus trees (Royal National Park, Sutherland Shire) (Source)
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Sydney Harbour Bridge in the 2009 Australian dust storm (Source)
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Lightning as seen from the Sydney Harbour, with the Sydney CBD skyline in the distance. (Source)
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Anzac Bridge, spanning Johnstons Bay, links western suburbs to the CBD. (Source)
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Bondi Beach. (Source)
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Kurnell Sand Dunes with the Sydney skyline in background. (Source)
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North Sydney commercial district. (Source)
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An aerial view of western Sydney: Smithfield (bottom) to Liverpool (top-right). (Source)
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Queen Victoria Building, a late 19th century shopping centre in the central business district, was designed in Romanesque Revival fashion. (Source)
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Many of Sydneys oldest buildings were built with materials sourced from Hawkesbury sandstone. (Source)
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The atrium of 1 Bligh Street, an example of Sydneys contemporary architecture (Source)
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Victorian terraces in Kings Cross. (Source)
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Royal Botanic Garden (Source)
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Sandringham Memorial Garden and Fountain in Hyde Park (Source)
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Central business district of Sydney at night from Sydney Tower (Source)
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Pitt Street, a major street in Sydney CBD, runs from Circular Quay in the north to Waterloo in the south.[210] (Source)
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State Savings Bank building, Martin Place (Source)
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Forgotten Songs, a public artwork situated in a laneway between Pitt and George Street, features 120 suspended bird cages. (Source)
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Tourists visiting the Sydney Opera House (Source)
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Chinese New Year celebrations in Chinatown. Sydney is home to the largest Chinese population in Australia.[245] (Source)
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The Art Gallery of New South Wales, located in The Domain, is the fourth largest public gallery in Australia (Source)
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The Anzac War Memorial in Hyde Park is a public memorial dedicated to the achievement of the Australian Imperial Force of World War I.[265] (Source)
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The State Theatre on Market Street was opened in 1929. (Source)
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The Sydney Harbour Bridge and Sydney Opera House illuminated during the 2015 Vivid Sydney festival of light (Source)
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The Cathedral Church and Minor Basilica of the Immaculate Mother of God, Help of Christians is the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Sydney. (Source)
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International Twenty20 cricket matches have been hosted annually at Stadium Australia since 2012. (Source)
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Sailing on Sydney Harbour (Source)
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The Old Registry Office, now part of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, was one of three of the earliest established courts in Sydney. (Source)
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The City of Sydneys flag, which was designed in 1908.[304] (Source)
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Sydneys local government areas (Source)
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The University of Sydney (Source)
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The Madsen Building houses geoscience at the University of Sydney (Source)
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The Nightingale Wing of the Sydney Hospital, the oldest teaching hospital in the city. (Source)
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Sydney Harbour Bridge (southern approach shown) carries trains, motorised vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians (Source)
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Central station is the hub of the Sydney rail network (Source)
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Warragamba Dam is Sydneys largest water supply dam. (Source)
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