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English: Main Building and Great Hall of The University of Sydney taken from the front lawns. Through the archway is the Main Quadrangle. The architect was Edmund Blacket.
Date 15 October 2009
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Author Toby Hudson

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33° 53′ 8.88″ S, 151° 11′ 23.77″ E

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