Victoria Square is the largest commercial plaza in Adelaide. In the center of this plaza is a very beautiful musical fountain. At night there will be a musical fountain, and the laser show is very beautiful. The square is surrounded by the famous business district of Adelaide, which can be said to be the central city of Adelaide worth visiting.
This square is very large, and the flow of people here is particularly high. Of course, the design of this square is also very advanced and creative, giving people a novel feeling. The fountain facilities here are also great, like many Internet celebrities check in.
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Victoria Square is the central point of Adelaide’s square grid layout. Its second official name is Tarndanyangga, which means ‘red kangaroo rock’. For thousands of years the sacred rock was significant in the cultural and spiritual life of the Kaurna, but was destroyed to build Parliament House. This square bears testimony to the tragic history of the area for the local indigenous Kaurna people. Today the Aboriginal flag flies here alongside the national flag.
Victoria Square is located in the very center of Adelaide. The square is named after Queen Victoria of England in the 1880s. In the center of the square stands a bronze statue of the Queen. On the northeast and northwest sides, there are John Mike Durr Stewart statue John McDouall Stuart Statue and Charles Sturt Statue Charles Sturt Statue. In addition to these statues, there is a modern fountain sculpture-Three Rivers Fountain Adelaide on the south side of the square, and a row of water jets on the north side of the square. There are a series of important buildings around the square: the east side of the square is St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral; the south side is the Supreme Court of South Australia; the west side is the Hilton Hotel, Adelaide Central Market, Chinatown, various You can taste delicious and delicious food there; to the north are the General Post Office and the City Hall. Standing in the center of the square, looking around, you can have a panoramic view of Adelaide's new and old buildings. Picture 1: The bronze statue of Queen Victoria stands in the center of the square; Picture 2-4: The fountain sculpture on the south side of the square-Three Rivers Fountain Adelaide; Picture 5: Water spray on the north side of the square, with the municipal government behind the center Hall, left and rear is the General Post Office; Picture 6: Water spray on the north side of the square, and behind the Adina Apartment Hotel Adelaide Treasury; Picture 7: St. Francis Xavier’s Cathedral on the east side of the square St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral; Picture 8: South Australia Supreme Court on the south side of the square; Picture 9: Hilton Hotel on the west side of the square, followed by the Adelaide Central Market and Chinatown area; Picture 10: General Post Office on the north side of the square Bell tower.