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Magnificent Historical Victorian Arcades - Melbourne Walking Tour - Part 7

Because Australia has been colony of Great Britain, it is not surprising to see some of its buildings or structures significantly influenced by European architectural designs. 861 more words

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Time gallery

 

Time gallery. Photo of part of Royal Arcade, Melbourne, Australia

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The beautiful Royal Arcade

A favourite walk-thru from Bourke St Mall to Little Collins St – one of the most popular shopping arcades of the Melbourne CBD…for boutique shops, lollies and photography… 8 more words

Victoria

Home in Melbourne Australia

The trouble with writing about travel is that you tend to concentrate on places elsewhere, rather than on your own. And so, I’ve decided to become a tourist in my own town. 584 more words

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Royal Arcade

This arcade was designed at the end of the nineteenth century by George Skipper, a local architect who was fond of late-art nouveau flourishes. It links the market place to the edge of the Castle Mall development, and there’s no doubt it possesses a lot of character; walking through it is like stepping back in time a hundred years, but unfortunately the shops don’t really do it for me. 68 more words

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The Royal Arcade, Boscombe

This Victorian treasure was built by Archibald Beckett in 1892, he also built the surrounding buildings, the Sailsbury Hotel, The Grand Theatre (Now the O2 Academy)  and the Boscombe Chambers, all of which were completed by 1895. 141 more words

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