Dunedin, the capital of New Zealand's Otago District, with a population of about 128,000, is the second largest city on South Island and the fourth largest city in New Zealand (after Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch). The city is also three-dimensional. The uphill and downhill slopes are not lively. There are the steepest slopes in the world. The main attractions are the cathedral, the Dunedin Railway Station, the Immigration Museum and so on. On the way, you can also pass the Cadbury Chocolate Factory and the Chinese Garden. It is said that the Dunedin Railway Station is the most popular building in New Zealand.
But Nitin is one of New Zealand's favorite cities. It is a full mountain city, but because of the revelry of young people, it gives the city a unique feature from other areas. Coffee shops, old churches and railway stations are all places that people have to love. Arrived at noon in Daniding, a Scottish city. Mark Twain has a reputation for the mountain city of Paradise, the city of New Zealand's youngest people, the steepest streets in the world, churches, castles, and historic railway stations; all of these are reasons for falling in love with the city. It's a pity that the time is too short and I haven't had a good experience yet.
Dunedin, New Zealand, is a beautiful garden city. She attracted her at first sight. Like the graceful fairy Chuchu in the flowers, it is very impressive. Dunedin is the second largest city on New Zealand's South Island and the fourth largest city in New Zealand, second only to Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. It is the largest port, transportation and commercial center on New Zealand's South Island. Colonized by Scotland in 1848, Dunedin City was built in the style of Edinburgh, Scotland. It is known as "Edinburgh in the South". The attractions include Gingerbread House Daniding Railway Station, Baldwin Street, Baldwin Square and Otago Church, the most inclined street in the world.
But the city of Nitin is really different from the other authenticity of New Zealand's South Island. It feels like it has suddenly entered a prosperous city. Dunedin's whole urban architecture is typical of Scottish style, and is known as "the most Scottish foreign city outside Scotland". The Bell Tower of the University of Otago, the First Church, and the Little Monastery of St. Dominica are among the most outstanding buildings of the Gothic Renaissance era. Railway stations built of large quantities of stones, inlaid with black glazed ceramic tiles and matched with Royal Island Tun mosaic floors, are one of the most photographed buildings in New Zealand. Museums, art galleries, churches, and university buildings are abundant in the city with a strong cultural atmosphere. The statue in front of the church also sat with many students, talking about something together. There are many cars on the road, but they are arranged neatly.
Quiet, never traffic jam! Old, calm, from here, the cold winter is wet.
Nevertheless, although Nitin preferred to settle in the southern part of the island, he did not realize that the rich historical deposit, the Scottish style of the city, tells a glorious history. St. Paul's Cathedral, Daniding Railway Station, University of Otago, all have a classical atmosphere. There is also the steepest slope in the world, I really do not know what foreigners think, it seems that the brain is straight, in China will certainly cultivate gentle. I like this city very much. It's quiet and peaceful, but it's full of vitality.
But Nitin is the second largest city on New Zealand's South Island and the capital of Otago. It was once the richest city in New Zealand, with many historic buildings. Starting from the classical Victorian railway station, along the inner city walkway, I can start my Danidine architectural heritage tour.
This is my favorite city. It's a bustling city. It's very beautiful. It has a lost coast. It has big waves and can surf. But even in summer, the sea temperature there is only about 15 degrees. The local summer is very cool. Sometimes it needs to wear autumn clothes. Besides, the railway station is very beautiful.
Legend has it that the city outside Scotland is the most like Scotland... To be honest, it's not particularly like Scotland. After all, Scotland is much more beautiful. - Railway station is also very British architectural style; Octagon Square is very interesting. If you don't compare with Britain, you can still count as beautiful.