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The Sydney Opera House is an opera house of an iconic building on the shores of Sydney Harbour, in Sydney, Australia. It is shaped like the sails of a boat.

Sydney Opera House, opera house located on Port Jackson (Sydney Harbour), New South Wales, Australia. Its unique use of a series of gleaming white

The Sydney Opera House sits on Bennelong Point in the city center, with the closest train station being Circular 
Quay. The Sydney Opera House is Australia’s most recognizable building and an icon of the country’s creative and technical accomplishments. It attracts worldwide respect and admiration for its design and construction.




With over 40 shows a week at the Sydney Opera House there's something for everyone. Events, tours, kids activities, food and drink - find out what's on and get





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InvestAus InvestAus
11Mo ago
Correct
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Ranjit Ranjit
11Mo ago
I visited this place last year in 2018. Beautiful place must to watch.
You are right @dev
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MD Emren MD Emren
11Mo ago
I visited this place last year in 2018. Beautiful place must to watch.
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