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Brisbane

Brisbane - description of the city:

Brisbane is city of Australia (Queensland). The population of Brisbane: 958,504 people. Geographic coordinates of Brisbane: -27.46794 x 153.02809.

Country Australia
International title Brisbane
Population 958,504 people
Timezone Australia/Brisbane
State Queensland
Geographic coordinates Latitude: -27.46794 x Longitude: 153.02809

Photo Galery Brisbane

Places to visit in Brisbane

  • King George Square
  • Brisbane City Hall
  • Newstead House
  • Queensland Museum
  • City Botanic Gardens
  • Kangaroo Point Cliffs
  • Museum of Brisbane
  • Anzac Square
  • Story Bridge
  • Roma Street Parklands

Famous Places

Estavayer-le-Lac
Country: Switzerland

Estavayer-le-Lac Introduction  Estavayer-le-Lac is located in the Fribourg canton, and it is a municipality there. It is located on Lake Neuchatel’s southern shore. The municipality is situated between Bern and Yverdon. It is Broye dist ...

Schwarzenbergplatz
Country: Austria

The elongated Schwarzenberg Square, one of the city’s grandest spaces, is best seen from the Ringstrasse, from where several important structures come into view together. In the foreground is the equestrian statue of Prince Karl Schwarzenberg, wh ...

Prater
Country: Austria

Originally an imperial hunting ground, the woods and meadows between the Danube and its canal were opened to the public by Joseph II in 1766. The Hauptallee (central avenue) was for a long time the preserve of the nobility and their footmen. During ...

Schallaburg
Country: Austria

Schallaburg Castle counts as one of the most beautiful Renaissance castles in Lower Austria. It has some early remains of medieval Romanesque and Gothic architecture, but these are overshadowed by later additions. Particularly impressive are the Re ...

Turracher Hohe
Country: Austria

This small ski resort nestles at an altitude of 1,700 m (5,575 ft) high in the Nocky Mountains, one of Austria’s most scenic Alpine rangeson the border between Styria and Carinthia. The town makes a great base for yearround walks in the woods and ...

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