1. Sydney opera house

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The Sydney Opera house is one of the world’s great icons. It is a UNESCO heritage site in the world and has a top impression on this dazzling harbor. This amazing building looks like billowing sails or shells that are surrounded by water. It is a flexible ticker and allows you to mingle with any of the tours in the whole day.

  1. Sydney Harbor Bridge

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Before the construction of opera house, the Sydney harbor bridge is a well known landmark. It was built in the year of 1932 and still becomes the largest steel arch bridge in the world. Actually, it connects the north and south shores of harbors in a single curve rising of 134m above the water.

  1. The rocks

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The name of the rocks comes from the rocky coast that is located on the west side of the Sydney Cove. The Rocks is a historic area and it becomes home to the Gadigal aboriginal people. Later, the rocks became the first site of European settlement in the country.

  1. Darling Harbor

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The darling harbor is a waterfront pedestrian precinct. It is fully packed with a full of exhibitions, shops, museums, restaurants and many entertainment venues. In this place, you can also enjoy visiting the wild life Sydney zoo, sea life Sydney aquarium and many other largest collections of marine creatures in Australia.

  1. Queen Victoria building

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Originally, this queen Victoria building was built as a market hall between the years of 1893 and 1898. This is an excellent building and crowned by the highest central dome. It’s a worth visiting place and admires everyone.