Friday, 25 May 2018

Sydney Town Hall

Some interesting cloud patterns in an autumn sky above Sydney Town Hall. The heritage listed building was designed by John H. Wilson and completed in 1889 in the Grand Victorian Second Empire architectural style. It has had continual use as the offices of the local council of the City of Sydney and as the city's civic and cultural centre.
Linked to: Skywatch Friday.


  1. I suppose some 19th century architecture is a bit ordinary, but most of what you show is brilliant. I love this town hall. What year was it finished?

    1. It was 1889. I've added that and a link to some heritage information.

  2. Sidney is a beautiful city, unfortunately too far for me to visit :) Happy weekend.

  3. Beautiful shot of a nice piece of architecture.

  4. Beautiful building, I like the clock tower. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

  5. What a wonderful building. I'm glad it is still alive and active! It does look wonderful against that pretty sky.
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