Australia Melbourne7 Meet you at Fed Square!


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Fed Square is where cultures meet, friends meet, minds meet and worlds meet. No wonder all of Melbourne is saying, 'Meet you at Fed Square!' YOU CAN FIND THE LINK TO DOWNLOAD THIS PRESENTATION HERE:


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The Australian Aboriginal flag represents Indigenous Australians. It is one of the official "Flags of Australia", and holds special legal and political status, but it is not the "Australian National Flag". It was designed in 1971 by Aboriginal artist Harold Thomas The symbolic meaning of the flag colours (as stated by Mr. Harold Thomas) are: Black: Represents the Aboriginal people of Australia Red: Represents the red earth, the red ochre and a spiritual relation to the land Yellow: Represents the Sun, the giver of life and protector MELBOURNE

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Melbourne Federation Square (also colloquially contracted to Fed Square) is a civic centre and cultural precinct opened in 2002 in the city of Melbourne

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It is a mixed-use development covering an area of 3.2 hectare and centered around two major public spaces, open squares (St. Paul's Court and The Square) and one covered (The Atrium) built on top of a concrete deck over busy railway lines

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Fed Square is where cultures meet, friends meet, minds meet and worlds meet. No wonder all of Melbourne is saying, 'Meet you at Fed Square!’

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Its design has caused much controversy since its first planning and continued to divide opinion after its opening. Despite this, the precinct continues to expand.

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Unlike many Australian landmarks, it was not opened by the Queen, nor was she invited to its unveiling.

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The selection of architects for Federation Square was based on an open, international, two-stage design competition, which demanded the design of a new civic square capable of accommodating up to 20,000 people in an open-air amphitheatre

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In addition, the project included cultural and commercial buildings, on a 3.8ha block to be built above the Jolimont rail yards.

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The rationalization of the Jolimont rail yards, the demolition of the universally despised Gas and Fuel Towers, and the celebration of Australia's Centenary of Federation, provided the impetus for the completion of this important project.

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Federation Square is Melbourne’s meeting place and unique cultural precinct, and is one of the most visited tourist attractions in Victoria - receiving over 60 million visits to date. Fed Square is the biggest free Wi-Fi site in Australia, where visitors with a laptop and a wireless connection can enjoy fast, easy internet access. Fed Square is home to The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia; ACMI; NGV Kids Corner, No Vacancy Project Space and the Fracture Gallery; as well as a wide range of restaurants, cafés, bars, visitor services and shops. and markets.

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Melbourne Sound : Australian Children’s Song - True Blue Wonders Australian song – Wonderful place Pictures and arangement: Sanda Foişoreanu

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