Thursday, August 27, 2020

Theater clam - symbol and pride of the city of Sydney

Theater clam - symbol and pride of the city of Sydney

The Australian Seashell Theater is one of the most iconic buildings in the world, a wonder of modern architecture that when you arrive in Sydney you can't help but admire it!
You can spot some cities almost instantly by their iconic landmarks, for example in Paris, the Eiffel Tower. In London, it's the Tower Bridge or New York, it's the Statue of Liberty ... And the symbol of Sydney is the Sydney Opera House located in Sydney Harbor, sparkling like a jewel reminiscent of sails. , curved and angled. Australian oyster theater is not just a landmark; 
It's a wonder of modern architecture ... This UNESCO heritage site also contains lots of interesting surprises you might not have known!

How to fully admire the Australian oyster theater?

If you are looking for the best and most comprehensive view of this theater, you need to visit Beacon port. Australian cockle theater can be reached anywhere near Sydney Harbor. Taking a ferry across the harbor is a great way to admire the theater from a distance or walk along the Sydney Harbor Bridge.
Also, if you want to take a short trip, going through  the historic Rocks district is also very interesting before going to the clam theater. If during days the tourist is overcrowded, you can Circular Quay - a hub for buses, rail and ferries and walk 5 to 7 minutes to the opera house from there.

Theater Australia emblem and beauty of SydneyThe harbor is where the panoramic view of the Australian oyster theater

Secrets of the sails

Go on a tour of the Australian cockle theater 's several hours and you'll see the arduous 16-year journey of the building before its completion. Danish architect Jørn Utzon, who won a competition to design to build the current building. 
Construction of the Sydney Opera House began in 1959 and employs 10,000 construction workers. Initially, the construction of the theater took place over four years with an estimated total cost of $ 7 million. Construction of the theater encountered many delays and took 14 years to complete and cost the team up to 102 million USD. Much of this money is paid for by an Australian lottery company.
Besides, due to his poor relationship with the engineers, Mr. Utzon was forced to resign while construction work was still unfinished. The architect Utzon left Australia afterward and never returned to see the Sydney Opera House complete, although he won the Pritzker Prize in 2003 for his achievements.
Standing inside the main concert hall, the vaulted ceiling seems to last forever, but the wooden panels along the walls make the space more cozy. The concert hall is just one of 1,000 rooms in the opera house and if you combine your tour with a concert ticket, you will experience the best music in the world.
Although it is called the Opera House, out of the more than 2,000 performances there each year, only 15% of these are opera performances, the rest are musical genres, chorus, and performances. rock or pop music, ballet, cultural events, dance or other international concerts ...
To learn about the history and see inside the theater you need to book a tour, all visits can be booked online or at ticket counters. There will be tours available to choose from according to your age, interest and language.

Enjoy a culinary experience with a view of Sydney Harbor from the clam theater

Speaking of food, the Australian clam theater  has a number of popular restaurants and bars including Opera Kitchen which is a diner that serves food from Sydney's top chefs. with buffet dishes ranging from sushi and Vietnamese dishes to burgers and salads and dine in the stunning Sydney harbor views. You can end your tour of the opera house with a tasting session at this exceptional restaurant Opera.
For a more formal dining experience, Guillaume at Bennelong Restaurant offers a fusion of modern Australians with classic French cuisine in a striking setting located on the south sails of the water clam theater. Australia. Especially, you can see the Wharf through a glass of Australia's best wine right in this luxurious restaurant
A trip to Australia to visit Sydney is incomplete without seeing this iconic theater!

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