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Coop's Shot Tower, Melbourne, Victoria Australia

An unusual historic building housed inside a shopping centre beneath a conical glass roof.

The shot tower was built in 1888 and is 50m high.
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Coop's shot tower is situated in Melbourne Central which is bordered by Elizabeth, Latrobe & Swanston Streets. There is an underground station inside as well as trams running on all three mentioned streets.
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A decent amount of people

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07:28 17:24
19:43
37°48'37.6939" S 144°57'46.7915" E

Bookmarks (12)

  • MIKEL BASABE MENDIZABAL
  • Ian Hancock
  • Jamie Lim
  • Luiz Carlos Quene
  • Janene Bulley
  • Cinzia Mazzetti
  • Yasmin Berdai
  • Fraaanz Till
  • Gunnar Heilmann
  • Harald Brede
  • Florian Schwientek
  • Thomas Riedel
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Thank you Howard Ferrier for creating this photo spot.
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