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Macleay Museum
   is situated in   
Sydney, Australia
Natural history
Powerhouse Museum
   is situated in   
Sydney, Australia
Science and design
Sydney Opera House
   is situated in   
Sydney, Australia
Abstraction & Creativity; Nominee for the new 7 wonders
Granny Smith Festival
   is held in   
Eastwood, Sydney, Australia
Held in October of each year to commemorate Anne 'Granny' Smith, credited with producing the "Granny Smith apple" and celebrated for providing the Ryde-Hunters Hill area with great prosperity. Crowds can reach 90,000.
Susannah Place Museum
   is situated in   
Sydney, Australia
Gloucester Street, The Rocks. Four terraced houses built in 1844, that have never been remodelled or revamped, as a tribute to working-class tenants who lived in them for about 150 years.
Allan Border
   was born in   
Sydney, Australia
1955. Left-handed batsman cricketer
Paul Keating
   was born in   
Sydney, Australia
January 18, 1944. 24th Prime Minister of Australia, from 1991 to 1996.
John Howard
   was born in   
Sydney, Australia
July 26, 1939. 25th Prime Minister of Australia.
Kingsford Smith
   International Airport is in   
Sydney, Australia
Sydney Airport is the world’s oldest continually operated commercial airport and the busiest commercial airport in Australia






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