An ancient European architecture, one of the most important landmarks in Melbourne, is adjacent to Carlton Garden. Having been here several times, I haven't seen any exhibitions. Maybe the building itself is a good exhibition. Looking at the pictures, you can see that this is a very worthwhile place to go. Walking east along the tram line for 6 - 7 minutes is a European style town, which is also worth seeing. Look at the pictures.
The station next to the exhibition hall has passed the free zone. It needs to get down one stop in advance to cross the park. The white marble building is classical and elegant. The fountain in front of the door is unique. The exhibition hall is usually open when there are activities. Usually, you can see the appearance and sit in the nearby park.
Mistakenly bumped into the Royal Exhibition Hall, and slowly appreciated. Before arriving at the exhibition hall, we first passed through a Carlton Park of unknown acres, where visitors sat in twos and threes chatting on the grass, and countless giant trees propped up a beautiful green stubble. Can you imagine the wonder of a big tree falling to the ground because its green branches are too heavy? Language can't describe its shock and emotion. This is the most favorite attraction of the day, the unexpected harvest. Since the birth of a baby, it is no longer the same as when you were young, stipulating how many scenic spots you have to punch, unlike the winding clock, which makes everyone very tired. The essence of the baby is not feeling, slowly tasting, more tasty, life is not. Finally, I will send you a picture of the winery with a poem - "Le is Australia.
The Royal Australian Exhibition Hall is located in Melbourne, Australia. It is a world cultural heritage. The magnificent architecture can be regarded as a masterpiece in the history of architecture. The exhibition hall is surrounded by lush lawns, tall old trees, and beautiful purple blue flowers. It is very beautiful. The exhibition hall hosted the World Expo. It's worth visiting and visiting.
Melbourne Royal Exhibition Hall is located in Carlton Garden. It is a typical European-style palace building with a hemispherical dome. It feels a little like the White House in the United States. It has a very atmospheric appearance. It's a little regrettable that it can't be visited due to the itinerary arrangement, but it's also very good to take pictures in the garden.
The Royal Exhibition Hall, as Melbourne's world cultural heritage, is a must-see attraction for Melbourne's tourism. Unfortunately, it did not catch up with the exhibition and it was empty. But the exterior buildings are still magnificent. The best angle is the angle of the avenue facing the fountain.
The exhibition hall is in the center of the city, remember there seems to be a railway beside it! The deepest memory is to see the Chinese antique Tang Sancai. It is said that the Allied Eight Powers Army was surrendered to foreign countries by Britain and gave some collections to Australia. I am proud to see the loss of Chinese goods overseas. I also saw a lot of oil paintings, especially under the guidance of the exhibition hall, I found Picasso's true paintings, the first time I saw them! A day full of harvest