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Can You Identify These Australian Landmarks?
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Have you ever traveled to Australia, or have you spent much time learning its environment and culture? There's more to Australia than what you will find at Outback Steakhouse. 

Did you know that there are more kangaroos than people in Australia? The country is famous for not only kangaroos, but also wallabies, koalas, wombats, emu and more. Don't even mention the ten deadliest snakes.

Australia is the sixth-largest country by total area. Half of the citizens live in three "big smoke" cities - Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

Australia is also famous for many landmarks - both natural and man-made. Australia boasts the world's largest reef, longest church, longest national highway and largest war memorial. The country has over 10,000 beaches! There's a mountain called Mount Disappointment, because someone who climbed it didn't appreciate the view. There's a bright pink lake called Lake Hillier.

You surely know about some truly famous landmarks, such as the Sydney Opera House or Ayers Rock. Maybe you've even heard of the Twelve Apostles formation, which is missing a few apostles these days.

Can you identify Australia's most famous and majestic landmarks from just one image? Try your luck. Don't make a blue, and she'll be apples! In other words, don't make a mistake, and everything will be all right!


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