This is the center of the Central Business District, from George Street to Macquarie Street, surrounded by some major retail brands, many restaurants and bars. The bus station is easily accessible from most streets, and several railway stations are also very convenient. It is also the birthplace of modern trends, and millennials will not pay attention to people around them. As a result, they will bump into you every few seconds, because when walking down the street, everyone is looking at the phone instead of looking at the surrounding things.
When I lived nearby, I passed by here several times. You can see some beautiful buildings here, and the buildings on Macquarie Street are very beautiful. I like the statue of Queen Victoria above the entrance. There is a very touching war memorial in the center, and there is a waterfall-like water scene below. This is a busy area, take a moment to look around.
Traveling to Australia, this stop came to Sydney, lived in the center of Sydney, and visited the center on foot. Martin Place is located on a pedestrian street in the center of Sydney, New South Wales, and is the "city heart" of Sydney. It serves as the headquarters of the Reserve Bank of Australia, the Commonwealth Bank of Adalia, Macquarie Bank and other large companies, and Martin Place is also the center of business and finance. The Sydney General Post Office building and the news studio of TV Seven are also here. Martin Place starts from George Street in the west and ends at Macquarie Street in the east. There is the Sydney Metropolitan Railway Martin Place underground.
The original "Martin Square" was the section between George Street and Bute Street. It was opened in 1892 and named after the leader of the colonial era of New South Wales, Sir James Martin. James Martin served as the prime minister of the colony three times and was the chief justice of the colony's Supreme Court. Martin Place began to gradually stop traffic in 1971. There are many historical buildings on both sides of the street. There are war monuments built in 1927 to commemorate the First World War and the Anzac, fountains, entertainment venues, railway station entrances and exits. A bench for pedestrians to rest. There was a huge crowd during lunch hours, and the nearby office staff came out.
There are a large number of buildings of various design styles from classicism to contemporary styles on both sides of Martin Square. The main buildings include: Sydney Post Office, Australasia Bank Building, Chales Building, Commonwealth Bank Building, MLC Center , Henry Davis York Building, State Savings Bank Building, Australian Rural Insurance Building, Colonial Bank Building, Reserve Bank of Australia Building, etc.
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Martin Place is a small square in the financial city of Sydney. Regardless of the size of the square, it is also an oasis in the bustling city. The fountain in the middle of the square is very elegant, and it embellishes this small square with extra freshness. Martin Place is surrounded by a bustling commercial street, where people come and go.