City of arts
It’s really hard to describe Melbourne in one word due to its diverse culture. In one second you will see the Victorian elegance of the old buildings, the next second, around the corner you might see some colorful graffiti. In the meantime, it’s an inclusive city that is not only a showcase of cuisines around the world but also a visual feast of the striking art.
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Stop A : Federation SquareWith its avant-garde architectural design, it integrates various capacities of art, activities, leisure, sightseeing and outdoor venues as a cultural center for citizens.
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Stop B : Hosier LaneIt’s the most influential place in the city center with its unique 3D paintings on display. If you’re lucky enough you may see street artists plying their painting show.
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Stop C : St. Paul’s CathedralWalking inside, the sound of traffic disappears; you will feel only a sense of calm and serenity. The high ceiling and the long corridor lead you to the temple of prayer.
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Stop D : State Library of VictoriaFree to enter, it's a good place to seek inspiration. Immerse in knowledge and discovery that shows displays on the cultural, life, history and status quo of Victoria.
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Stop E : The University of MelbourneFounded in 1953 as a famous comprehensive university, The University of Melbourne is the 2nd oldest university in Australia (3 years later than the University of Sydney).