Travel to Canberra
by Stig Albeck
Publisher: BookBoon 2008
Number of pages: 18
Located between Melbourne and Sydney, Canberra is Australia’s capital and largest inland city of the continent. Its planned structure can still be seen on today’s maps. In this free travel guide you will find descriptions of the main attractions of the city. It further provides you with general information about Australia.
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