Australia  -- The Red Centre
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This historic location-turned-museum is near the water hole that gave Alice Springs its name. This telegraph station played an important role in the first telegraph line to be built across Australia from the South to the North. Today's town of Alice Springs is a few hundred meters away.

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Stefan Ihringer
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