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royal_tian01

5/5
Reviewed on 7 Jul 2018

Auckland Central Park is located in the center of the city, and the Auckland Museum is in the center of it. It took me more than twenty minutes to walk from Queen Street to the University of Auckland. The park is very huge. At first, there is an upward slope. Up to the top, there is the museum. The museum is surrounded by a huge lawn. It's very relaxing for the local people to bask in the sun there.

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