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Sydney at Night

Anich • 3 minutes read • March 30th, 2017
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Sydney at night is magnificent.

Here's a view of Downtown and the Harbour Bridge.
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Here's the same view but with the Sydney Opera House.
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The Harbour Bridge is one of the largest steel arched bridges in the world. It got the nickname "The Coat Hanger" among the local people because of its shape.
During the construction of the bridge, the Hell Gate Railway Bridge in New York was used as a basis. Indeed, the shape is very similar, only that one is red and this one is black.
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The Sydney Opera House at night looks much more beautiful that during a day time, as for me.
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Here are pictures of the fireworks in Darling Harbor.
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It turns out that in summer (in Australian summer), fireworks in the harbor are arranged every Saturday.
Well, or used to be arranged :) Just to please the townspeople and tourists.
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Fireworks were very impressive!
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There was a small rain during the fireworks.
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Well, Sydney is a delightful city.
I'll definitely come back here again.
Author: Anich
Source: anich.livejournal.com
Translated by: Olesya Zhukova

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