Australia

Australian Parliament House

Built into the side of Capital Hill, Canberra is Australia’s Parliament house. During construction more that 100,000 truckloads of earth was moved, although much of it was put back on top of many of the offices. In the centre of…

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Sunday, 24th July 2005

Telstra Stadium

Telstra Stadium, formerly Stadium Australia was built to host the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. With a capacity to seat 110,000, the Sydney Olympic Stadium is the largest facility ever built for an Olympic Games. Thanks: Glenn Slaven, Richard Totaro, Greg,…

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Thursday, 21st July 2005

Marree Man

Ploughed into the Australian outback in 1998 (by persons still unknown), the Marree man is a 4km figure of an aboriginal. It’s faded into the desert quite a bit now but the shape (and size!) is still quite apparent. Wikipedia…

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Sunday, 26th June 2005

Uluru

Uluru, which used to be known as Ayers Rock. A sacred site to the native Australians and an awesome sight to tourists. Thanks: Deef, Parker, Tim, nandhp, Winchester, Simon, Tom McDermott, Safog, Vaclav Papousek, Peter, Patxi, Charles, Mark, Mike, Michael…

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Thursday, 23rd June 2005
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High Line Park, New York

Recently opened in New York, the High Line is a unique new public park as it isn’t at ground level,…

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The War of 1812 – Canada

This summer, communities around North America are marking the two-hundredth anniversary of the start of the War of 18121. Perceptions…

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