Melbourne NGV - The Great Hall
The Leonard French stained glass ceiling in The Great Hall of the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia, measures 60.9 m in length, 15.24m in width and 13.72m in height and took five years to build. It is best viewed - and encouraged - by lying on the ground and facing it !! In 1986, the NGV grabbed global headlines when Pablo Picasso's Weeping Woman was stolen by a group identifying themselves as the “Australian Cultural Terrorists” to protest poor treatment of the arts by the…
The World’s Greatest Urban Parks: Flagstaff Gardens, Melbourne, Australia
By Dian Hasan | November 28, 2009 The hallmark of any great city is its main urban park! Commonly located at the center of its core, urban parks play a significant role in providing traffic-choked …
Quick reference guide to Melbourne Photography 2021
In this guide, you will find all the info on what you can expect from Melbourne photography, including maps, type of photos and shops to repair or buy your gear
Laneways In Melbourne, Australia: Alleys, Arcades and Street Art - Jetsetting Fools
There is a tangible energy in Melbourne’s central business district, where historic pubs and modern skyscrapers coexist and a steady stream of trams transport people down the main thoroughfares. We learned early on to explore beyond the major streets in order to get a good look at the culture that lies in the laneways in Melbourne. The alleys, arcades and street art we found were fascinating.
What to Do in Melbourne - insider tips from a local
Love Melbournes Laneways - great for coffee and street art and just wandering around. Spent many an hour doing that
Summer night markets in Melbourne
Spread across the city, these Melbourne summer night markets are a hub for local designs, food and drink, live music and workshops.
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Expedia's collection of beautiful photos and images from destinations all around the world. Pictures and video that will inspire your own travel photography adventure.
Scots' Church, Melbourne, Australia
Stained glass window the "Eight Episodes from the Gospels" by Ferguson and Urie The Argus, Melbourne, 6th December 1876, page 5. “The large window in front of Scots’ Church, Collins-street, has just been filled in with stained glass. The window is in four compartments, with Gothic tracery over each of them. Each compartment is filled in with two Scripture illustrations, with canopies and ornaments in accordance with the style of architecture. The subjects in the first compartment are “Christ…