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Evening Promenade In Melbourne, Australia

Anich • 4 minutes read • October 22nd, 2016
So, after a couple of hours spent on the beach of Anglesea, we took an evening walk around 

Melbourne

.
Earlier we were in this wonderful city – we ascended the very tall tower "Eureka" and took a walk around after.
Since it is impossible to see Melbourne in one day (and even in two days), we went to the city again.
From Geelong, where we stayed, to Melbourne was a distance of 46 miles (75 kilometers), an hour away by car.
We parked our car in the center of the city, not far from 

Federation Square

.
Here, the 

Cathedral of St. Paul

can be seen.
1evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpg2evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpgThis is a view of the city skyscrapers from Alexandra Gardens.
3evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpg4evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpg5evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpgThis is Yarra River.
6evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpg7evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpg9evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpg10evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpg13evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpg14evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpgLater we found ourselves in Chinatown.
15evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpgThere were lots of the Chinese people in Australia. Foremost because of their relative geographic proximity.
16evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpgChinatown in Melbourne is one of the oldest, not only in Australia, but all over the world.
It was founded in 1854.
17evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpgThere were many inscriptions in Chinese, like in any other Chinatown in the world.
18evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpgThis is Bourke Street.
19evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpgWe had a dinner in a small Chinese restaurant, and then we continued further.
20evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpgThis is "Princess Theater".
21evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpgThe streets were quite clean. There were few fallen leaves visible on the streets and sidewalks.
22evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpgThere’s the Parliament House, to the right.
23evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpg24evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpgThis is a fountain in Gordon Park.
25evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpgMelbourne has very few people on the streets at about 9 p.m.
Usually, people go home and have beef steak for supper with their families :)
26evening-promenade-in-melbourne-australia.jpg Author: Anich
Source: anich.livejournal.com
Translated by: 
Zoozi

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