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Walking In Auckland. Departure From Auckland Port On A Cruise Liner. Part 1

Uritsk Andrey • 4 minutes read • April 28th, 2016
Both sides of 


is surrounded by Khauraki and Manukau bays, and is located on a narrow strait between the North Island of New Zealand, the Pacific Ocean and the Tasman Sea.  At first glance, it is reminiscent of the city of sails in Auckland. It occupies a large area, with a population of 1.3 million. In the 19th century, Auckland was the capital of New Zealand before 


was awarded this status. Auckland is the largest city and is the business center of New Zealand.

Sky Tower

(the tallest tower in the Southern Hemisphere!) that offers a brilliant panorama of the entire city.
Older buildings of the colonial era in Auckland, as well as in Sydney, which are apparently close to the modern skyscrapers made of glass and concrete.
Sky Tower
The most beautiful panoramic city view. The harbor stretches ahead where countless yachts glide over the glassy water, lending the city its endearing nickname, "the city of sails".

The Harbor Bridge is 3,346 feet (1,019 meters) long and was built in 1959, tying Auckland with the northern region of the country which was previously inaccessible.
4walking-around-auckland.jpgA bird's-eye view of Auckland, including its suburbs, the ocean and the countless straits and bays that surround the city:
Special optical prisms are installed on the observation deck, for a more magnified look at the main city sights:
In general Auckland has an extremely pleasant summer atmosphere for a sea town:
This is the Ferry Terminal, one of the oldest buildings on the waterfront. The city facade, as you have probably noticed, looks towards the sea.
Auckland sees the arrival of many cruise liners, including “the Sun Princess” and “the Diamond Princess”. 
The waterfront:
The “Diamond Princess” docked in Auckland:
On the streets of the city:
The city of Auckland is full of greenery!
There is a small, but very cozy Albert Park in the center of the city:
A monument to participants of the Anglo-Boer War in South Africa. Military servicemen from New Zealand took part in the battle:
Walk through Albert Park:
A monument to Queen Victoria:

In the middle of the park there are huge tree with "air" roots:
Author: Uritsk
Source: uritsk.livejournal.com
Translated by: Zoozi

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