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Melbourne's sensational cityscape is dotted with interesting architecture, including statuesque Art Deco buildings, neoclassical facades and contemporary towers.
Italian Institute Of Culture - Museums & libraries - SOUTH YARRA

Italian Institute Of Culture

233 Domain Road, South Yarra
The Istituto Italiano di Cultura (IIC) - Italian Cultural Institute Melbourne is the official body of the Italian Goverment for the promotion of Italian language and culture.
Kensington Town Hall - Landmarks & notable buildings - KENSINGTON

Kensington Town Hall

30-34 Bellair Street, Kensington
Kensington Town Hall provides affordable spaces for large community social and celebratory functions. It also features safe spaces for young people to gather, arts activities, and community education and training spaces.
La Trobe's Cottage - Landmarks & notable buildings - MELBOURNE

La Trobe's Cottage

Cnr Birdwood Avenue and Dallas Brooks Drive, Melbourne
La Trobe's Cottage was the home of Victoria's first governor, Charles Joseph La Trobe. The prefabricated building was shipped from Britain and built in 1839.
Manchester Unity Building - Landmarks & notable buildings - MELBOURNE

Manchester Unity Building

220-226 Collins Street, Melbourne
Built in 1932, the Manchester Unity Building houses twelve stories of offices, residential units, and retail spaces. The building is clad in glazed terracotta faience and crowned with a turreted gothic style tower.
Marvel Stadium - Sports & entertainment venues - DOCKLANDS

Marvel Stadium

122-148 Harbour Esplanade, Docklands
Marvel Stadium (formerly Etihad Stadium) is one of Australia’s leading multi-purpose venues, designed to cater for major sport and entertainment events hosting up to 55,000 fans.
Melbourne Athenaeum Library - Museums & libraries - MELBOURNE

Melbourne Athenaeum Library

Level 1 188 Collins Street, Melbourne
The Melbourne Athenaeum Library is Victoria's oldest subscription library, operating since 1839 and open to library members and the general public.
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre - Landmarks & notable buildings - SOUTH WHARF

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

1 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf
The Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre (MCEC) is the name given to two adjacent buildings next to the Yarra River in South Wharf. It has hosted everything from meetings, conventions and exhibitions, to concerts, tradeshows and gala dinners.
Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) - Sports & entertainment venues - JOLIMONT

Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG)

120 Brunton Avenue, , Jolimont
As the birthplace of Test and One Day International cricket, home of the AFL Grand Final, and host to many other sporting events every year, nothing can match the tradition and heritage of the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG).
Melbourne General Cemetery - Landmarks & notable buildings - PARKVILLE

Melbourne General Cemetery

College Crescent, Parkville
Melbourne's most iconic and historically significant cemetery is characterised by its prime location, notable interments and Prime Ministers' Garden.
Melbourne Institute of Technology (MIT) - Landmarks & notable buildings - MELBOURNE

Melbourne Institute of Technology (MIT)

288 La Trobe Street, Melbourne
Melbourne Institute Of Technology (MIT) is located in the heritage listed Argus Building. This 1926 building has been restored to provide state-of-the-art educational facilities. MIT offers small classes and three intakes each year.

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