♥ Melbourne ~ Victoria A great stimulus for students to use to consider multi-cultural community, the urban landscape and how we view the arts in the city - is it the same in the country areas?

épinglé par ❃❀CM❁✿♥ Melbourne ~ Victoria A great stimulus for students to use to consider multi-cultural community, the urban landscape and how we view the arts in the city - is it the same in the country areas?

Collins St. City Melbourne c. 1960's (Victoria Australia)

City Melbourne c. I worked there at The Institute of Archaeology, 174 Collins Street - next to the Baptist Church.

Captain Cook's Cottage = Melbourne, Australia

The cottage was originally built in Yorkshire, England. The English explorer and navigator Captain James cook landed in Botany Bay in but the cottage got to Melbourne in 1934 when it was

Fern Gully was an amazing spot. The Melbourne Royal Botanical Gardens are vast and spread over a large area. Many neat trees, beautiful...

Royal Botanical Gardens Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia — by Paula Norton

Fern Gully was an amazing spot. The Melbourne Royal Botanical Gardens are vast and spread over a large area. Many neat trees, beautiful.

Vintage Melbourne, Australia. Swanston Street, looking down St. Kilda Rd, Probably mid-20th century. Flinders St. Railway station on right with Princes Bridge Railway station on the left. (now site of Federation Square). And no Art Centre. Shrine of Remembrance centre background.

HISTORY: Mid-Century view looking down St Kilda Road towards the Shrine of Remembrance, with Flinders Street Railway Station on the right and Princes Bridge Railway Station on the left (now the site of Federation Square).

Queen Victoria Gardens - Eureka Tower and the Arts Centre dominating the skyline - Melbourne, Australia

Queen Victoria Gardens - Eureka Tower and the Arts Centre dominating the skyline - Melbourne, Australia

Former Melbourne Stock Exchange, Collins Street, built 1888-91. It was designed by famed architect, William Pitt, in the 'free gothic' style. Elaborately ornamented, each level of the facade differs from the others. Gargoyles and stained glass windows abound. Now part of the ANZ Bank building.

Former Melbourne Stock Exchange, Collins Street, built 1888-91. It was designed by famed architect, William Pitt, in the 'free gothic' style. Elaborately ornamented, each level of the facade differs from the others. Gargoyles and stained glass windows abound. Now part of the ANZ Bank building.

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