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This is Adelaide which is a capital of the state of south Australia. It is a city facing Gulf Saint Vincent which is located in the southern part of Australia and leads to the Antarctic Ocean. South Australia became a colony in Britain formally on December 28, 1836. In the Australia colony, it was the first free colony. The site of the colony's capital was surveyed and laid out by Colonel William Light, the first Surveyor-General of South Australia. Population is the 5th scale in Australia for about 1 million people. It is famous as the place of production of wine, and a city of art and culture. I visited for one week at the season of winter in August, and visited town Hahndorf of the wild animal garden park and the German system immigration of in the city and the suburbs, etc. I also saw oriental and native aborigine people well in the town with the white people, and the tram is running all over the town and this had an attractive point very much. The Torrens river flows in the center of a town and it is a quiet and peaceful town.

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