Federation Square is known as one of Melbourne's landmarks. The architect transformed static concept graphics into dynamic real world geometry. After the sun passes, after a shower or when night falls, its atmosphere, colors, texture and grain undergo amazing changes that have shocked those in the construction industry. Federation Square is located in the heart of Melbourne. Its main structure consists of 11 buildings and some open areas. Most of the Square's functions are designed to meet the cultural and leisure needs of the people. It is an ideal place to connect with the community, share culture and expressive features, and showcase Melbourne and Victoria lifestyles.
One of the most sophisticated and huge construction projects in Victoria combines advanced avant-garde architectural design. Just across from Flinders Street Station, there are street performances that I like very much. There is also a tourist center nearby. Federal Plaza covers the whole inner city area. It connects the central commercial area with the rivers of Melbourne Center. It integrates various functions of art, activities, leisure, sightseeing and open-air venues. It is a unique civic gathering place and cultural activity center, which is internationally recognized. It is considered to be one of the large public squares in the world.
Early in the morning, I flew to Melbourne to visit St. Patrick's Church, Fitzloe Garden and Captain Cook's Cabin. St. Patrick's Church is the largest and tallest Catholic Church in the southern hemisphere. Fitzloy Garden is one of the five largest gardens in Melbourne. Although it is already winter, the whole garden still has the magnificent autumn yellow leaves (my favorite scenery); then I went to Melbourne's landmark. One is Federal Square, which passes through the Museum and Flinder Street Railway Station, drinks a cup of coffee, feeds seagulls in the Square, enjoys the Victorian Art Center, and finally takes a 100-year antique tram to enjoy the city scenery and end the day's journey.
The Federal Square opposite the railway station is the landmark of Melbourne. It is very busy during the day and night. During the day, many people sit in the open-air Cafe drinking coffee. At night, there are various street performances on the square. There are also tourist centers on the square. On the first day, they come here and get free maps and coupons. Grandpa in charge of consultation is very enthusiastic.
Melbourne Federal Square is one of the most popular squares for tourists and local residents from all over the world. It is not only adjacent to the Mother River of Melbourne, the Yala River, but also surrounded by the old building and church, the main railway station. What attracts the most attention is the modern geometric buildings around the Federal Square. People are sitting here and enjoying the rest. ..
Federal Square is a local landmark in Melbourne, located at the intersection of Swanston Street and Flinders Street, adjacent to the Yala River, opposite Melbourne's oldest railway station, so trains and trams can reach. The Tourist Information Center is located underground in the square, where any information about Melbourne or even Australia can be obtained. The square will hold various activities from time to time, including food festivals, music festivals and so on. The public facilities in Federal Square are very convenient. There are many restaurants nearby, and there is a restaurant called taxi, which is still top 50. When you order a cup of coffee, sit on the river bank and bathe in the sunshine, it's a pleasant life.
Federal Square is built to commemorate the centenary of the establishment of the Australian Federal Government. It combines the advanced and avant-garde architectural design style. The Federal Square covers the entire inner city area, linking the central business district with the rivers in Melbourne's central area, integrating arts, activities, leisure, sightseeing and open-air venues. Street performances are also superb!
Melbourne's Federal Square, like an art palace, is surrounded by geometric buildings, including the Art Gallery and the Australian Image Center, bordered by the 100-year-old Renaissance building at Frederick Street Railway Station, opposite the Cathedral.
The square is not big, but the buildings are very distinctive, especially the railway station, which has been more than 100 years old.
Federation Square, Melbourne's largest public square, is surrounded by Flinders Street Railway Station, St. Paul's Cathedral, Graffiti Street, Melbourne Cultural Center and other attractions, as well as a side to the Yala River, along the steps to the Yala River. However, the shape of the Federal Square is not the common square shape in the traditional impression of European cities. It is not very open visually. Many buildings have been built on the Square. Apart from Flinders Street Railway Station and St. Paul's Cathedral, most of the buildings in the Federal Square have strong modern architectural style. The modern style buildings such as Melbourne Cultural Center and Victoria International Art Museum are located in the corner near the Yala River. Because Federal Square is a must for many tourists, in order to better serve tourists, Melbourne Tourism Consulting Center is also located in the middle of the square, very eye-catching.
There are bars, shops and restaurants. Like the Sydney Opera House, it is also selected from the works collected by the government. It is located in the center of the country and also a place for people to gather. Every year, the Australian Open is broadcast live on the big screen of Federal Square. The Abstract avant-garde surrealist style is called 21st century architecture. In fact, I have no special contact with its shape. There's a Melbourne Tourist Center there.