Melbourne (Tullamarine) Australia
In May 1835 John Batman ‘bought’ the land that would later become Melbourne from its traditional owners (the Aborigines of the Kulin Nation) for nothing more than a few tools, flour and clothing
To turn right at most city intersections you must pull into the left lane (or risk the wrath of honking Melburnian motorists or even a bloody great tram!)
The Edwardian baroque Melbourne City Baths were originally built to stop locals from washing themselves in the grotty Yarra River
Bushranger Ned Kelly breathed his last at the Old Melbourne Gaol, where his iconic armour and the gallows from which he hung are still displayed
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