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A brief history. The Sydney Opera House is built on Bennelong Point, a promontory that forms the east bank of Sydney Cove. The first known concert on Bennelong Point was held in March 1791 when Bennelong, the Aboriginal man after whom the promontory was named, provided an evening of entertainment for the Governor and his party.When was Sydney Opera House made?
The Sydney Opera House is an art center located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, that opened on October 20th, 1973. The formal opening was attended by Queen Elizabeth II, who was the guest of honor at the event. The architect responsible for designing the Sydney Opera House was Jørn Utzon, the winner of a 1955 design competition.What is the height of the Sydney Opera House?
Sydney Opera House. The Opera House provides 45,000 square metres (11 acres) of usable office space out of 18,000 square metres (4.5 acres) of land. It is 183 metres (600 feet) tall and about 120 metres (388 feet) wide at its widest point. It is supported on 580 concrete piers sunk up to 25 metres below sea level.