BQueen Victoria building, referred to as “QVB, located 200 meters west of Sydney’s Hyde park, about 5 minutes’ walk, Sydney’s town hall and Sydney library are very close. Building is designed by British designer, was built in 1848, once in a very long period of time is used for building and market. The whole building 190 meters long and 30 meters wide, occupies an entire block.
Queen Victoria building is a typical Roman style structure, exterior wall is mottled deep orange. Around the periphery of the building at the top of delicate glass dome, construction side is beautiful stained glass Windows, fine wood paneling, building also contains numerous royal painting.
As a big coordinates in Sydney, queen Victoria building is the city’s top shopping malls, main sales of high-end brand and designer clothes, the upper market is given priority to with jewelry and antique shops. Mall, there are more than 180 shops, cafes and restaurants. Compared with the goods, the building itself may be more attractive.
A bronze statue of queen Victoria is located at the entrance to the building, the adjacent is another landmark of Sydney’s town hall is located. Building the back door have a bus station, and 555 free tour bus passed here, visitors can use it to circular quay, Sydney opera house and other famous scenic spot. Underground layer of the building to the underground station, traffic is very convenient. There is an ancient elevator, perhaps is one of Australia’s most old-fashioned elevator. One hundred years have been in the maintenance of the old elevator is still running, it is rare.
Shopping and buy something here has already become secondary, most of the people were convinced by British style of interior decoration. The parquet floor, colorful dome, ancient bell, all let a person feel the royal elegance and luxury. There is no a line of luxury brands, but the prices of goods are very expensive, and antique hand by hand.
Came to the mall, whether it’s on the first floor or second and third floors, look up, will see two huge store treasure: “Royal Clock” (Royal Clock) and “the Great Clock of Australia” (Great ‘Clock). “Great bell” of Australia for two storeys high, where both floors, can find its huge presence. “Royal clock” from Britain, the upper is made of brown brick castle, with beautiful badge on it and here are all around the dial of pure and fresh quietly elegant, although not be as large as Australia’s clock, but the temperament of the royal family is still common.