LOOK BACK: AUSTRALIA, SYDNEY, CHINESE GARDEN OF FRIENDSHIP

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The Chinese Garden Of Friendship is found in Darling Harbour amongst the skyscrapers of the city. I had wanted to visit as soon as I heard about it. Its a beautiful, peaceful spot. Modelled on the typical private gardens of the Ming Dynasty, the garden offers an insight into Chinese heritage and culture. And was officially opened in 1988 as part of Sydney’s bicentennial celebrations and they were named the Garden of Friendship symbolising the bond established between China and Australia. Did you know that the 12 animals of the Chinese lunar calendar are hidden in the Chinese Garden Of Friendship. I did not find them !

GARDEN OF FRIENDSHIP

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It is a lovely place to be and is so peaceful. Which is surprising considering it is a busy place in Darling Harbour. This would be somewhere I would recommend if you are ever in Sydney !

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