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We've done it again. Melbourne is the World's Most Liveable City sixth year in a row, and if you've lived or visited the city, it shouldn't come as much of a surprise.
The city is known for its accumulation of cultures from all over the world, with over 260 languages being spoken and over a quarter of Melbournians being born overseas. It's also an incredible step back in time to an array of time periods, with its juxtaposition of old and new reflected in its architecture.
Parliament House is one of the many striking buildings located in the CBD. It's the largest building in Australia from the 19th century, and is one of the best examples of architecture from the British Empire period in the world.
I've been holding onto these photos taken by my friend, Cee Jay, since June and am excited to finally share this little piece of Melbourne with you.
A more comprehensive guide to the city, it's underrated gems, Instagram-worthy spots and my personal favourites will be coming within the next few weeks. In the meantime, to learn more about Melbourne, you can check out Visit Melbourne, City of Melbourne and the official Australia Tourism website.
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