Sydney Opera House
Tuesday, 24th January 2006 by James Turnbull
The Sydney Opera House is a distinctly recognisable shell-like building that has become a symbol of the city, if not the whole country. The shells are constructed from 1,056,000 glazed granite tiles which were imported from Sweden and cover over 1000 rooms, including five different theatres. More on the building, as ever, at Wikipedia.
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