Friday, 15 February 2008

Boulevards d'Adelaïde


Adelaïde a été disposée en 1836 près du Fleuve Torrens.
Il a des larges boulevards, les parklands ouverts qui entourent son mile carré du centre de la ville et beaucoup d'églises, qui datent du 19ème siècle moyen.
Voici le King William Street, avec la Cathédrale de Saint Peter à l'arrière-plan.
Boulevards of Adelaide
Adelaide was set out in 1836 near to the River Torrens.
It has wide boulevards, open parklands that surround its 'square mile' and many churches, dating back to the mid 1800's.
Here is King William Street, with St. Peter's Cathedral in the background.


Please click and enlarge. S'il vous plaît cliquez et agrandissez.

5 comments:

dive said...

That's a beautiful street, Monsieur B.
It's about as wide as my entire village!

lynn said...

he he i was just going to say that, Dive! We could get two Victorian terraces in there. Must feel great to have all that space.

Jules said...

Wish i could see it but i do know what the Cathedral looks like so have a pretty good picture in my mind!!!

Maria said...

A beautiful street and such lovely greens....

Ivan said...

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