Day3, in Sydney's Architecture - "In addition to its distinctive modern architecture, Sydney also retains a large number of British colonial heritage buildings - "Queen Victoria Building (QVB), Martin Place Sydney GPO Post Office, City Hall. It is said that the elevator in QVB has a history of more than 100 years.
Martin Square is a small business square in the center of Sydney. It has developed commerce, surrounded by tall office buildings and shopping malls, pedestrian streets, very busy. Here you can appreciate the prosperity of Sydney's commerce. In fact, it is very similar to Nanjing Road, and seven Chengdu is a Chinese face. It feels like in China.
Martin Place, starting with Gorge Street, extends eastward to Macquarie Street. Martin Square was named in memory of Sir James Martin (1820-1886). Sir Martin served as Premier and Supreme Justice of Xinzhou. Martin Square is often a gathering place for various activities and Exhibition centers. There are also various restaurants and shops.
Martin Square is Sydney's business and financial center, from George Street in the west to McGuillie Street in the east, with a large area. There are many unique buildings around the square, which can be seen from classicism to contemporary style. Because Martin Square is also the place where Sydney people hold celebrations and gatherings, I feel that it should be the heart of Sydney, full of vitality.
Martin Place, also known as Martin Lane, is a famous pedestrian street in central Sydney. Martin's Square has been a pedestrian street since 1971, which should be the first line of pedestrian street in the whole world. Martin Square retains many historic buildings, and the war monument built in 1927 to commemorate the First World War and the Australian New Zealand Legion is worth visiting.
Martin Square is located in the heart of Sydney. By Shanghai standards, it is actually a pedestrian street, with a sense of age on both sides. Its landmark building is the memorial sculpture of the unknown soldier in World War I. The two soldiers'sculptures are divided on both sides with guns, keeping vigilance at all times.