The Sydney Opera House is the world famous landmark based in Sydney, Australia. Every year, people flock to they Sydney Opera House to see not only the opera, but a more diverse range of performing arts and entertainment.
A brief introduction about the Sydney Opera House
The Sydney Opera House was built in 1973 by the Danish architect – Jørn Utzon who went on later to win the Pritzker Prize in 2003 which is architecture’s highest honour.
Listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007, the Sydney Opera House is one of the 20th century’s most original and distinctive buildings and is also the most famous performing arts centre worldwide.
the Sydney Opera House – seeing the sights
Not only is the Sydney Opera House a performing arts centre, it is also built in one of the most beautiful locations in Australia – Sydney Harbour. As you drive across the Sydney Harbour Bridge you will see this landmark in all its glory. Take a walk around the Sydney Opera House and you will see why it has achieved its acclaim.