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The State Library of South Australia is often counted among the most beautiful libraries in the world, with its Mortlock Wing occupying a breathtaking French Renaissance building from 1884..
The State Library of South Australia is often counted among the most beautiful libraries in the world, with its Mortlock Wing occupying a breathtaking French Renaissance building from 1884.
North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia
+61 8 8207 7250
The National War Memorial in the Adelaide city centre honors those who served in World War I
The South Australian Museum is a natural history museum which showcases the historical evolution of Australia's natural and cultural heritage
The Migration Museum explores the immigration history of South Australia
Housed in a historic Victorian building on North Terrace, the Art Gallery of South Australia has over 38000 works from around the world, with a focus on Australian art from 1800 to the present day, including Aboriginal art
Myer Centre is a shopping mall in Adelaide's Central Business District with over 110 retail outlets
The South African War Memorial commemorates the South Australians who served in the Second Boer War from 11 October 1899 to 31 May 1902
The New Parliament House was built in stages from 1874 to 1939 to replace the smaller and simpler Old Parliament House of 1843 which todays houses the Constitution Museum
The Rundle Lantern is a 748 panel LED display around the façade of the U-Park building on Gawler Place in the East End of Adelaide