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Sydney. P.1.

Sergey Dolya • 3 minutes read • November 19th, 2015

I often travel around the world, but I rarely really like some particular city or country. Nevertheless, there is nothing better than home. But I just fell in love with


. This is a super place. Right mine. Native. Everything is in English, everywhere are Englishmen, and at the same time it's not prim and miniature England. Such an impression that I found myself in an American city, populated by the English...

Central skyscrapers of the city rise above the Sydney Cove Bay, horns of which are crowned with the

Sydney Opera House

on one side, and with

Harbour Bridge

on another:

Six-lane road leads to the bridge:

The main symbol of Sydney and one of the most easily recognizable buildings in the world - Sydney Opera House:

Usually, all tourists are photographed against the background of the Opera, but there are exceptions:

And this is the view of the Sydney Cove Bay from the Opera:

But Sydney Cove is not the only one Bay on which Sydney stands:

In this photo you can easily see the entrance in the ocean. Our cruise liner got in the Pacific Ocean exactly through this way:

This skyscraper was stormed by Tom Cruise in Mission Impossible 2 in search of Bellerophon:

In Sydney in a remarkable manner old colonial buildings adjoin very tall skyscrapers:

Old port warehouses turned into posh restaurants:
Author: Sergeydolya

Translated by: Gian Luka

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