The greenest, the biggest
Traveler caught in Sydney, is facing a strange problem. The fact that it is the largest city in Australia, there are many attractions. It successfully intertwined downtown skyscrapers and ancient buildings, urban parks and lively resort. In short, there is something to see.
For many foreign countries the problem of preservation of the environment, are the first priority. And Australia is no exception. It is the first country in the world where at the state level have banned the use of the old incandescent lamps. Sydney residents volunteered an hour in the city turned off the electricity. Therefore, residents have tried to draw attention to the problem of global warming. Here, strict control of emissions into the atmosphere of carbon dioxide recycling system is used. All of this gives the right to be considered Sydney in the Southern Hemisphere the most «green».
The main symbol of Sydney is the Opera House. This matchless beauty of the building resembles a swan, or a fabulous ship that deploys the sail. But most of all it is, according to the architect Jorn Watson, like white shell floating over the water. Interior inside just amazes by its luxury, elegance.
Not far from the Opera House built Harbour Bridge. Which in itself it is also a local landmark. It was built in the harbor at Bennelong Point in the Great Depression. Harbour Bridge is one of the largest arch bridge in the world and the largest in Sydney.
One of the attractions – Chinese Garden of Friendship in Chinatown. This garden was laid out by Chinese experts from Guangzhou. When creating this particular elitist project they were used techniques of Chinese landscape art. Chinese masters when used in laying the garden four basic elements: water, plants, stones and architecture. Proper application of this creates a sense of harmony and tranquility of the outside world.