about the Sydney opera house by:casey

The Sydney opera house is located in Sydney Australia, bennelong point. It is 65 meters tall. It is made with concrete, granite, glass, ceramic and steel. Yes you can go into the structure.

It was built in 1959. It was built for opera. It does have a purpose.

A fun fact is that the structure LIGHTS UP at night!

In the past financial year, the Opera House has been the subject of a string of incidents and accidents which have led to insurance claims of almost $100,000 for property damage, vehicle collisions and liability for incidents including visitor injuries.Its iconic jorn utzon architecture has been struck by lightning, defaced with graffiti and its security cameras damaged beyond repair.

all designes on it.

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Created with images by skeeze - "sydney opera house night harbor" • pattyjansen - "sydney opera house sydney architecture" • Stefan Karpiniec - "Verdi Requiem, Sydney Opera House" • nigelhowe - "Vivid Sydney" • matthewwu88 - "Vivid Sydney 2013 - Opera House Collage #1" • MyDiscoveryTV - "Sydney Opera House" • nigelhowe - "Vivid Sydney"

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