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Walking In Auckland. Departure From Auckland Port On A Cruise Liner. Part 2

Uritsk Andrey • 3 minutes read • April 28th, 2016
The student quarter,

Auckland University

was founded in 1883 and can easily be compared with some of the most famous universities in the world. There are 26,000 students in total (1,200 students from 69 different countries). It is one of the largest universities in New Zealand, occupying an entire city quarter.
One of the many university buildings:
The 

Auckland Domain park, a 

"private sector":
Here’s a convolvulus:
The Auckland Domain is home to spacious lawns and mighty trees, the oldest in Auckland.
A duck pond:
Everyday life for the majority of New Zealand pensioners includes long walks:

A polo field:
The Auckland War Memorial Museum​ opened in 1929. The magnificent stone building serves as a reminder of New Zealand soldiers, who died in both world wars alongside their allies. The most interesting part of the museum are the exhibits of everyday and religious objects of the native Maori tribes, before their colonization.  
Gulls on the lawn of the Auckland Museum:


Pine trees:
A church at the intersection near the University of Auckland:
Author: Uritsk
Source: uritsk.livejournal.com
Translated by: Zoozi

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