The Place Is

The place is.
The place is Aboriginal Land.
The place is Gadigal land.
The place is stolen land.
The place is Australia.
The place is New South Wales.
The place is a city.
The place is Sydney.
The place is Gadigal land.
The place is the city.
The place is a park.
The place is Hyde Park, bares the colonial name steeped in colonial history and lineage of London’s Hyde Park from Governor Lachlan Macquarie.
The place is Hyde Park, the year is 1788.
The place is not a park.
The place is a significant site for Aboriginal contests and is being used as a site of assembled order for colonial soldier assemblies.
The place is Hyde Park, the year is 1792 to 1810.
The place is not a park.
The place is stolen land, property of the crown.
The place is stolen land for use by colonists as a common for gathering firewood, grazing animals, playing cricket and racing horses.
The place is Hyde Park, the years are 1810 to 1927.
The place is Hyde Park, designed by Norman Weekes, Sir John Sulman, Alfred Hook, W. G. Layton and I. Berzins.
The place is becoming a park.
The place is Hyde Park, of today it is located on the eastern fringe of the Sydney city centre.
The place is Hyde Park, of today it is located in the central business district of Sydney, in the City of Sydney local government area of New South Wales.
The place is Hyde Park surrounded on the west by Elizabeth Street, on the east by College Street, on the north St. James and Prince Albert Roads and the south by Liverpool Street, and Park Street cuts through the middle.
The place is Hyde Park surrounded by the David Jones Limited flagship store and the CBD to the west, St. Mary’s Cathedral, the Australia Museum and Sydney Gramma School to the east, the Supreme Court of New South Wales, St. James Church, Hyde Park Barracks and Sydney Hospital to the north, and the Downing Centre to the south.
The place is Hyde Park the home of the Obelisk affectionately known as Thornton’s Scent Bottle, the first civic monument, the first special sewer ventilating shaft and the oldest piece of existing ornamental infrastructure.
The place is the design and placement of the obelisk was used to understand the behaviour of gases within the sewerage system and how to best design vents with safety in mind.
The place is important in demonstrating the course, the pattern of cultural and natural history displays the classical architecture and technology of the late 19th century.
The place is the Obelisk is a Landmark feature within Hyde Park and Sydney, recognizable from a distance, and a popular meeting place in the CBD.
The place is the site that the Obelisk stands on, known as Hyde Park, at the junction of Bathurst Street and Elizabeth Street.
The place is richly steeped in colonial history.
The place is still unrepatriated.
The place is.

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