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Sydney Opera House

The Sydney Opera House is located in the heart of Sydney. It consists of a roof in the form of a billowing sail or a giant shell, which blends in beautifully with its location by the water. Designed by Danish architect Jorn Utzon, the sculptural, curved building changed Australia’s image when it was unveiled in 1973 and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Sydney Opera House is home to one of the largest performing arts centre in the world, hosting thousands of performances and events each year, attracting millions of visitors. It has six theatres that can accommodate thousands of attendees. For most visitors, the unforgettable panorama of the Sydney Opera House and its spectacular views of the city skyline evoke a sense of awe.
Sydney Opera House

FAQs for Sydney Opera House

  • What shape does the Sydney Opera House represent?
    The original architecture of the Sydney Opera House resembles a sailboat for some and a shell for others.