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Christ Church is in the centre of the Tasmanian town of Longford and was designed by Launceston-based architect Robert de Little. The Anglican church was built between 1839 and 1844, with the crenellation on the tower added in 1960 (the tower was…

The Great Synagogue on Elizabeth Street in central Sydney opened in 1878, when it was described as a mix of Romanesque, Gothic, Byzantine, and Moorish motifs (according to the official website – link provided below). The architectural style…

The Greenway Building is on the edge of the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney and has housed the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, part of the University of Sydney, since 1915. It was built as the stables for Government House by convict architect Francis…

The Greenway Building is on the edge of the Royal Botanic Gardens in Sydney and has housed the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, part of the University of Sydney, since 1915. It was built as the stables for Government House by convict architect Francis…

The Great Synagogue on Elizabeth Street in central Sydney opened in 1878, when it was described as a mix of Romanesque, Gothic, Byzantine, and Moorish motifs (according to the official website – link provided below). The architectural style has…