A church made of cardboard was completed in Christchurch, New Zealand. This cardboard church is a temporary building that replaces the 19th century Anglican Catholic Church that was destroyed in the earthquake. Very nice.
The buildings made of cardboard are amazing, and the surrounding scenery is also very beautiful.
In-depth tour of Canberra, a collection of popular attractions! Canberra, the capital of Australia, is a young city with a development history of only more than 100 years. However, it has become a favorite of many people with its unique urban scenery. Canberra is praised as the "Garden of Oceania", with plenty of sunshine, humid air, and many national landmarks. It is very suitable for vacationing. Cokington Green Garden, a dreamy villain country with British style-Cokington Green Garden This garden is a private garden of the Cockington family and has been constructed and operated by four generations. The Cockington family came from the UK. Out of the longing for their hometown, their ancestors rebuilt some of the famous British humanities in the garden. When I walked into the Cokington Green Garden, I was impressed by these lifelike miniature buildings. They were really restored, just like a small country! The rose hall in the garden is full of flowers. We took a lot of photos here, experienced the steam train here, and viewed the scenery of the international architectural district in all directions. Opening hours: Monday-Sunday: 9:30-17:00; Christmas and Boxing Day (the first working day after Christmas) is not open. 16:15 Stop entering the park. Burley Griffin Lake Canberra's must-see fountain landmark-Burley Griffin Lake Griffin Lake is an artificial lake whose name is to commemorate the city's planner. Many people say that they can't come to Lake Griffin, which means they have never been to Canberra. When we came to the lake, the weather was fine and cloudless, and there was a vast lake under the blue sky, with no end in sight. There are people swimming in the lake and people fishing on the shore, which is a lively scene. The most famous one here is the large fountain in the middle of the lake. Its water column sprays from the bottom of the lake to the sky, reaching a height of nearly 140 meters. It can be seen from any corner of Canberra and is very spectacular. Opening hours: All day (Monday-Sunday, January 1st-December 31st) Testimony of the 60 years of political affairs in the Old Parliament Building-The Old Parliament Building was used as the Australian Parliament from the 1920s to the 1980s Temporary residence. After the political mission was over, this place became a museum. This white building has a gorgeous and majestic architectural style. Standing in front of the building, I still feel a sense of solemn and solemn oppression, as if seeing those heads of state and dignitaries walking around by my side. . The parliament hall inside is not large, the tables and chairs form a semicircle, and the red carpet complements the yellow lights. Opening hours: 09:00-17:00 The old bus station bazaar is a lively and extraordinary treasure hunting place-every time I go to a new city at the old bus station bazaar, I am always eager to find the most authentic and natural fireworks here. The local bazaar is an excellent place to go, and the lives of the citizens gather in this noisy place. This time to Canberra is no exception. The old bus station bazaar has more than 200 stalls and is one of the largest and most crowded bazaars in the city. It sells all kinds of clothing, fine wine, art, etc. The goods are super rich, and it takes time to screen carefully. But the most authentic traditional snacks on the street are the most looking forward to. The taste and price are very good~ I bought a cup of espresso made on the spot and enjoyed the roadside performance while drinking. This is the most down-to-earth travel state. Opening hours: Sunday from 10:00 to 16:00, from December until Christmas, Saturday and Sunday are open Anglican All Saints Church, a quiet place for contemplation-the Anglican All Saints Church travel in Canberra, Please take a free afternoon to meditate for a moment in this ancient church, appreciate the classic buildings that have been weather-beaten, and listen to the long-lasting historical legends. The Anglican Church of All Saints was established in 1958. The most amazing thing is that the stone used as the building material of the church came from the Rookwood Cemetery Railway Station. I touched the cold stone wall, thinking that the fate of these stones was tortuous when they were sent to a distant place. The stained glass windows of the church are very European and worth seeing. Opening hours: Sunday-Saturday: 9:00 am-3:30 pm Canberra is a new city, but its brand-new appearance contains far-reaching connotations. The gardens of Cokington show us the immortal centuries of homesickness; the old parliament building inherits the democratic traditions of the ancestors... Among these attractions, we see Canberra, but also the past and present of Australia.