Opposite Patrick's Church, there was a Dingling car, and we got on the tram to go back. The next attractions were gathered together. Graffiti Street, St. Paul's Cathedral, Union Square and so on were all near the railway station. Melbourne is known as the capital of Australian art, so you have to go to Hosier Lane Graffiti Street to enjoy the alternative artistic creation of street artists. These street artists will often update their pictures to make them feel fresh and fresh. The graffiti is colorful and gorgeous, which has a strong impact on the vision.
An alley across the ramp from Federal Square. It's full of graffiti. Even the garbage can is full of graffiti. It's a holy place to take pictures. Every one has its own feeling. There's also a fork in the middle. It's also graffiti. In fact, graffiti can be seen everywhere in Melbourne, but this street is the most dense.
Hosier Lane of Hosier Lane, another classic scene of Korean drama Sorry I Love You in Melbourne, just goes to the corner of Federal Square and turns back to the graffiti-filled alley. If you want the address, the intersection of Flinders St and Hosier Ln is the legendary graffiti wall. Although the street is not long, it is rich in content. It is said that the graffiti on the walls will be replaced every few days or a week. Lucky tourists may also encounter the painters who are doing the painting! _________ A famous Korean opera is set here!
Horsehill Lane is famous for its graffiti walls. The walls on both sides of the whole lane are full of colorful and creative graffiti. Some of them are really excellent paintings. Although they feel chaotic, they are full of artistic flavor, reflecting the vitality of Melbourne. We must see them.
Horsehill Alley is a very rich street art alley in Melbourne. The walls of the alley will be full of graffiti works of various kinds, with various contents. Some words are still part of the art. It is very strange to dress up the whole street. It is also the place where young people like to come most. However, it feels a little chaotic, and it is better to go together.
A street full of graffiti, including garbage cans, is full of color, street culture, many tourists come to admire, alleys should be covered with oil, because some of them look quite new. There are also street artists who can draw. If they are interested, they can take away a pair of paintings.
Graffiti on Hossel Lane is the fastest changing place in the city. Sometimes it takes only one day for the whole lane to be replaced. Located opposite the Federal Square, Flinders Street is CBD's iconic street art lane. This is a famous scenic spot of CT. In fact, everywhere in Melbourne is graffiti, but it's more concentrated, and the lanes are quiet. There are still a lot of people who can take pictures. You can turn around when you go to Federal Square and Flinders Station to take pictures. It's still very Western.~~