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The 21 best Melbourne Breakfast Spots

The 21 best Melbourne Breakfast Spots - MELBOURNE GIRL - We are obsessed with doing breakfast in style in and around our beautiful city.

One World Trade Center design

One World Trade Center, more simply known as 1 WTC and previously known as the Freedom Tower, is the lead building of the new World Trade Center complex in Lower Manhattan, New York City.

Melbourne 1920s

before the Spencer Street bridge was built, mid-Picture right. A ferry crossing here, the bridge was completed in HGard to imagine Melbourne now without it.

Installing the clock at Flinders Street station, 1910

Workmen haul one of the clock’s four dials into position atop the tower of Flinders Street station, Melbourne in

Glorious lost Melbourne buildings: the Menzies Hotel cnr Bourke and William St

Glorious lost Melbourne buildings: the Menzies Hotel cnr Bourke and William St

Kodak House, 252 Collins Street, Melbourne. Built 1935. Architect: Oakley and Parkes

Built Architect: Oakley and Parkes. Interwar period in the art deco style.

Boats moored on the north side of the Yarra next to Flinders Street Station.

Old Melbourne Town - The Australian Dream - SkyscraperCity

The corner of Swanston and Bourke is one of Melbourne's busiest intersections, where the mall meets the main drag. And while the ma...

The corner of Swanston and Bourke is one of Melbourne's busiest intersections, where the mall meets the main drag.

Kew Post Office in Victoria in 1892. •Kew Historical Society•

On this day ………… February 1887 At the Kew Court a repulsive looking Italian, named Neparto Viutomto, was brought up for being found at night on certain premises without…

‘End Of Time’. Lonsdale Street, Melbourne. © G.C. Campbell.

‘End Of Time’. Lonsdale Street, Melbourne. © G.C. Campbell.

The original Grand Hotel (later the Windsor) in Spring Street, Melbourne, c. 1884

The original Grand Hotel (later the Windsor Hotel) in Spring Street, Melbourne,

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