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Wellington - New Zealand by Fritz Schone

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Taken by
Fritz Schone Fritz Schone
Explore score
0.05 Gigapixels
Date added
Nov 10, 2008
Date taken
Nov 10, 2008

I took this stitched image from the top of Mount Victoria, Wellington New Zealand. The area covered stretches from the open sea (Cook Strait) on the left, to Wellington's natural harbour (Port Nicholson) on the right. The circular green area is the cricket ground known as the 'Basin Reserve'. The interisland ferry 'The Interislander' can be seen on the extreme left; also partly visible at the bottom left is the 'Byrd Memorial' which commemorates the Antarctic explorer Richard Evelyn Byrd. The round metallic structure on the right side of this image is the sports stadium locally known as the 'Cake Tin', it holds 35000 people. Above the 'Basin Reserve' on top of the hill is an experimental wind turbine. The big building, situated on the left edge of the harbour, is New Zealand's National Museum, known as 'Te Papa'.

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