Sydney Harbour Bridge
The Sydney Harbour Bridge is one of the most famous landmarks, it was finished in 1932. The Sydney Harbour also known as the coat hanger took 8 years to build. The construction of the bridge began in December 1926.
The bridge is 39 feet deep and 39 meters/118 feet long. The arch of the bridge was started in November 1929. The Sydney Harbour Bridge was officially opened on the 19th of March 1932.
The bridge was built by 1400 workers, 16 of them died of accidents in the construction. Painting the bridge became an endless task. Science shows that 50 years after people are extinct the bridge will collapse.
The pylon lookout is recommended to all visitors to Sydney to see how the bridge was exactly made. Entry to the pylon is from the penetration walkway on the Harbour Bridge. You can get to the walkway via, the stairs in Cumberland street, The rocks, or from near Milsons point station on the north side.
Sydney Opera House
The Sydney opera house is one of the most famous stages in the world.
The Sydney opera house is a multi-venue performing arts center it is located on Bennelong point. It was built by Danish architect Jorn Utzon. Jorn Utzon won the Pritzker prize, which is an award for the architects highest honor.
People think that the Sydney opera house is one of the greatest master pieces. This is what some one said There is no doubt that the Sydney opera house is one of the great iconic buildings of the 20th century, an image of great beauty that has become known throughout the world as a symbol for not only a city but a whole country and continent.