Melbourne, Australia. Loved this alley! Cute little cupcake shop across the way, and the coffee was amazing from any one of these cafes. #takemeback

The centre place! Cute little cupcake shop across the way, and the coffee was amazing from any one of these cafes.

Centre Place Melbourne: it's like a cross between Hogwarts Train Station and Times Square ~ #Melbourne #Australia

"Centre Place Melbourne: it's like a cross between Hogwarts Train Station and Times Square! And another of those wonderful places in Melbourne I loved to go!

Melbourne’s Top 4 Hidden Treasures http://thingstodo.viator.com/melbourne/melbournes-hidden-treasures/

I love DeGraves st. Without fail I always spend at least a few hours there when I visit Melbourne, drinking coffee, reading and people watching.

6 x 8 Print - Melbourne Laneway / Alley / Street Photography / Fine Art / Melbourne City Australia / People in City. $20.00, via Etsy.

Melbourne Laneway / Alley / Street Photography / Fine Art / Melbourne City Australia / People in the City

A Melbourne laneway: Centre Place, viewed from Flinders Lane looking towards Collins St.  Photo by: João Canziani

We loved meeting the team from Dwell as they researched this article - Centre Place laneway, Melbourne

Majorca Building built 1928 – 1929. 258-260 Flinders Lane, corner Degraves Street. Spanish style Art-Deco building with complex mosaic tile work. Built in the Interwar period in the Neo-Gothic style, by Harry Norris, who also designed the Nicholas Building and Mitchell House.

The Majorca Building is a neo-Romanesque eight-storey building in Melbourne, designed and constructed between Located at Flinders Lane, it was designed by Harry Norris, one of the most prolific architects in the city during the and

Melbourne laneway - oh how things have changed since this pic!

melbourne laneways, in melbourne, it is considered cool to be sitting on a milk crate, sipping on your coffee


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