Australia - a continent of beauty, a land of diversity - we are coming! The sun here in Sydney burns from the sky with a hot 30 degrees Celsius. We arrived at the other side of the globe. Down under, as the saying goes.
Picture #1: American bison / Picture #2: Australian kangaroo / Picture #3: Scandinavian reindeer
The Opera House was designed by Danish architect Jørn Utzon and opened in 1973 after 14 years of construction. The fascinating building has also been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2007.
Picture #1: Danish landscape / Picture #2: Canadian flag in the background / Picture#3: Italian flag
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is another famous landmark of the city. The bridge was opened in 1932 and is the main link between Sydney's north and south coasts. It’s nicknamed "The Coathanger" by the locals because of its arch-based design.
Picture #1: woman with hair dryer / Picture #2: coat hanger / Picture #3: sunglasses
Sydney is the oldest city in Australia. The first settlements were located near the harbor in today's district “The Rocks”. The first immigrants settled here as early as 1788.
Picture #1: the Austrian composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a prolific and influential composer of the classical era. / Picture #2: in 1770 James Cook discovered the fertile east coast of Australia and called it New South Wales. / Picture #3: John F. Kennedy was an American politician who served as the 35th president of the United States.