Sydney Opera House Model
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Sydney Opera House Facts:
The Sydney Opera House is Australia's best-known contemporary building. Its imaginative design came from an international competition, won in 1956 by the Danish architect Joern Utzon (1918-). Costs mounted enormously during its construction and in the political controversy, Utzon resigned in 1966. It was finally completed in 1973, at a cost of over A$100 million, much of which came from a New South Wales government lottery.
Contruction Tip: It's best to glue the base to a sturdy piece of cardboard or wood. Otherwise the base may buckle and produce undesirable results.
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