The Aussie Corridor is very close to the Cathedral Square. From the point of view of history, art and architecture, the architecture is magnificent. The history can be traced back to the 14th century, but it did not return to its original form until the beginning of the 20th century. It was still the center of public power until the 18th century.
Sure enough, it's different. It's tasty. It's a great corridor.
Generally, if you pass by, you can have a look. There's no need to come alone.
Aussie Corridor is very cultural, historic and knowledgeable.
The corridor here is very distinctive. The first floor corridor part is similar to the feeling of our arcade. It can shelter from the wind and rain. The superimposed arch structure of the second floor is covered by glass windows, but some statues can still be seen. The new Gothic style buildings are magnificent in the public square, and are not obscured by the high-rise buildings behind them.