Sydney, Australia

Juan Mata: “As a footballer you travel to a lot of places but you don’t get to spend much time in them. I’ve never been to Australia or New Zealand, for example. That’s a dream for me. The same goes for China. I’d really like to visit.

'Mirrored Amusement' Entrance Sign to Luna Park: / Near the Harbour Bridge pylon on the north shore of Sydney Harbour / photo by Surrealize

I had no idea that the Luna Park in Coney Island had clones in other parts of the world just as early! This one in Melbourne opened in 1911 and has run ever since. "'Mirrored Amusement' Entrance Sign to Luna Park: Sydney, Australia / photo by Surrealize

Sydney, 1900

At rear of Gloucester-street, from Views taken during Cleansing Operations, Quarantine Area, Sydney, 1900

Looking south on Cambridge Street, The Rocks (NSW) [Rocks Resumption photographic survey] by State Records NSW, via Flickr

Looking south on Cambridge Street, The Rocks (NSW) [Rocks Resumption photographic survey] by State Records NSW, via Flickr

Studio photograph of Annie Dawson Wallace seated on a bicycle - Sydney, New South Wales, 1899 (via brainpickings.org – Stunning Vintage Photos of Early 1900s Australian Bike Culture)

Studio photograph of Annie Dawson Wallace seated on a bicycle - Sydney, NSW, 1899 by State Library of New South Wales

Circular Quay from Dawes Point Battery, Sydney, NSW, 1873.

Circular Quay from Dawes Point Battery, Sydney, NSW, - Photo Credit: Beaufoy Merlin / Charles Bayliss

Rear of 93 Cumberland Street, The Rocks (NSW) Sydney Australia 1901

Rear of 93 Cumberland Street, The Rocks (NSW) Sydney Australia 1901

Rear of 93 Cumberland Street, The Rocks (NSW) Sydney Australia 1901

Rear of 93 Cumberland Street, The Rocks (NSW) Sydney Australia 1901


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