Get Lost In the Dazzling Beauty of Sydney Opera House

Posted by Jeremy Storer on August 9, 2011

The multi scene performing art centre and may be the most popular building in Australia the Sydney Opera House was constructed in between 1957- 1973 and its official opening was done by Queen Elizabeth II on October 20, 1973. This magnificent architectural masterpiece of the 20th century is amongst the top attraction of Australia and is visited by more than 7 million people per year.

Australia’s most admirable icon the Sydney Opera House have seemed to be designed by taking vision from palm fronds, Maya temples and orange segments, and has been likened to a typewriter overfed with scallop shells as well as the sexual assembly of turtles. The famous architect Louis Kahn, while lost in the admiration beauty of Sydney Opera House had said, “The sun did not know how beautiful its light was until it was reflected off this building.” Excellent auditory range; the internal visual is like the belly of the whale and comprising six auditoriums where concerts, dance, theatre and opera are staged, in addition, the left-side of-centre Studio is for emerging artists.