Sydney Opera House, Australia
The Australian Theater is a theater in the city of Sydney. It is now considered one of the most famous and easily recognizable buildings in the world and is considered the most popular symbol of the famous city of Australia and, most likely, the continent itself, as well as one of the most popular sights of the mainland.
The Sydney Opera House was opened by the Queen of England Elizabeth II on or about October 20, 1973. The musical theater is located in Sydney Harbor, at Bennelong Point. We know from history that this place used to have the most common tram depot, right up to 1958.
The Opera House is a roof-shaped, sail-shaped shell that makes the structure of the Sydney Opera House unlike any other on our planet. And it is covered with 1 million slabs of white and matte cream colors.
The Opera House has been recognized as one of the most outstanding buildings of today’s architecture on our planet, and since about 1973 it has been a visiting card of Sydney, as well as the famous beaches of Australia, along with the famous Harbor Bridge. According to the opinions of various experts and wanderers, no one will be able to surpass this theater structure to this day. The construction is the most beautiful building that was erected after the end of the Second World War. And well-known photographers and connoisseurs of everything beautiful believe that the most amazing view of the Australian theater opens with yachts, which are often sailing here around the harbor.
The internal component of the Sydney theater, whose style was called the “Gothic of the space age”, deserves more attention, in comparison with the external facade of the Australian theater. The stage curtain is made in France and is considered almost the largest on planet Earth. The total area of the curtain half is about 93 sq.m. But this is not the only record. Another achievement is the huge mechanical organ of the concert hall, which has approximately 10.5 thousand tubes.