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An image of the giant Viking head statue located outside Miss Maud's Swedish restaurant and bakehouse on Fitzgerald Street in Perth, WA.

The figure has a long, bushy beard and is wearing a horned helmet. It appears to be made of limestone.…

An image of the giant Viking head statue located outside Miss Maud's Swedish restaurant and bakehouse on Fitzgerald Street in Perth, WA.

The figure has a long, bushy beard and is wearing a horned helmet. It appears to be made of limestone.…

A hyperlink to an archived news article on the Miss Maud's website. On 13 May 2006 employees of Miss Maud's bakehouse, hotel, restaurant and pastry houses welcomed the Swedish Ship Götheborg as it stopped off at Fremantle Harbour on its journey from…

An image of the giant Viking head statue located outside Miss Maud's Swedish restaurant and bakehouse on Fitzgerald Street in Perth, WA.

The figure has a long, bushy beard and is wearing a horned helmet. It appears to be made of limestone.

The three-level Old Brisbane Arcade was developed by Neil Pitt and can be found in the centre of the Tasmanian city of Launceston. The interior of the arcade includes a half-timbered building effect, whilst at the exterior of the rear courtyard there…

These two photographs are of the corner tower of the neo-Gothic Grace Building on York Street in central Sydney. The building was built for the Grace Brothers department store in 1930 and was designed by Morrow and Gordon. The corner tower in…

The current Hotel Rottnest is in the Thomson Bay settlement on Rottnest Island 19 km off the coast of Perth. It was built between 1858 and 1864 as a summer residence for the Governor General of Western Australia. Designed by the Superintendant of…