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The hot spots for tourism. They are recognised threw out the world as a must see.

The performing arts centre, which holds most of the city's music and art performances.


The town hall, built a few years after the city was first settled, it is a prime example of early architecture and it is an icon of the city.


The St. Peters Cathedral is also a prime example of early architecture, it is one of the most recognisable buildings of the city, everyone in the city knows about it.


Parliament house, where the city council and politicians and located, they make the decisions that put the make the city it is today.


Government House and Catherdral, where the goverment is located, this building is vital for the city.


Now, as the city tried to gain international recognition, they built "phoney" buildings, replicas of other buildings. These are as followed:




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