Описание презентации по отдельным слайдам:
Purpose - develop presentation skills - form an initiative group working on the project - inform about Australia - a country full of surprises, its culture ( architecture and festivals) and unusual wildlife - get interested in unique information - create an encyclopedia about wild animals and birds of Australia - place informative pages on the Internet to make them available for interested users
The cottage of captain James Cook Cook’s cottage in park Fitzroy-Garden of the city of Melbourne in Australia. The cottage has been constructed in 1755 in village Grejt-Ajton by parents of captain James Cook, James and Grejs Cook .In1933 the woman who was the owner of the house, has decided to sell it with a condition that the building remains in England. As a result of negotiations she has agreed to sign the agreement in which the world<England> has been replaced with a word <Empire>, and the house has been sold to the Australian government which has offered ₤800 while the highest price offered by local buyers, was ₤800. The building has been disassembled on bricks and packed into 253 boxes and 40 flanks for transportation to Australia. Sharks of the ivy growing round the house have been cut off also, and they have been planted on a new place of construction of a building in Melbourne, Australia. Known Melbourne businessman Russell Grajmvdeev has financed all operation on purchase and carrying over of the house to Australia. He has presented a building to Victoria’s inhabitants to a centenary from the date of the basis of Melbourne in October, 1934. The cottage became at once sight of a city. In 1978 was spent cottage restoration. Round a building the garden in English style is broken. Among subjects making cottage conditions, very much the few belonged to a family Cook, but all furniture and subjects are a heritage of that epoch.
State Library of Victoria State Library of Victoria — the central and largest library of staff Victoria, Australia. Settles down in staff capital, the city of Melbourne. The building occupies the whole quarter between streets Svenston, La-Trob, Russell and Little-Lansdejl, in northern part of the Central business area of Melbourne. Library storehouses contain more than 1,5 million volumes of books and 16 000 periodicals. Among library treasures — works of captain James Cook. The decision it was accepted to construct Library in 1853 under the insisting of the Lieutenant-governor of Victoria Charles La Troba. Competition on the best project of a building of Library which the local architect Joseph Read who further has created projects for the Central Hall of Melbourne and the Royal exhibition centre has won has been declared. On July, 3rd, 1854 Sir Charles Hotman just appointed the governor has put a stone in the basis of new Library and simultaneously University of Melbourne. The library has been opened in 1856. The book collection for this moment totaled 3 800 volumes. By the president`s council the Sir Redmond has been appointed. In a building which is occupied now with Library, originally, except it, Victoria's National gallery and the Melbourne museum settled down also. For Gallery the new building where it has moved per 1960 has been constructed. The Melbourne museum has moved to a new premise in 1990th years. Adjoining a front entrance in Library the lawn, is popular vacation spot for workers of nearby offices and students of the Technological university located on affinity. Here it is possible to see the whole statues and monuments. Originally, during the period with 1860 till 1937, the park was decorated by pair of bronze lions. At the moment here there is a statue of the Sir of Redmond Barry which has been established in 1887; Sacred George's killing a dragon statue, the English sculptor Joseph Edgara Boema, established in 1889; Jeanne's Dark statue which has been established in 1907 and being a copy of a sculpture of French sculptor Emmanuelja Freme; and Charles La Troba's sculpture, the Australian sculptor Peter Korletta, established in 2007. Every Sunday here the oratorical forum where everyone can act on any its interesting question from 14:30 till is held.
Charleville Camel, Donkey and Yabbie Race Festival This festival includes exiting races of camels, donkeys and yabbies. Yabbies are small water creatures. They are put in a small circle. The winner is the first yabbie to cross the circle line. ANZAC DAY This festival is celebrated on the 25th of April for both Australia and New Zealand. In Australia it is a memorial day for 60000 Australians who died in the 1st World War. By 1927 the day became the national holiday in Australia. Anzac Day is not only a day of remembrance for the fallen of war, but also a day of hope for the future of a nation.
Woodford festival The event is a complex and heady mix of music - folk, blues, tribal, world - oodles of street performers and also talks, poetry, alto comedy, demonstrations and hands-on craft and arts workshops. There's also an impressive Murri (Aboriginal) presence. It all culminates in a huge fire festival on the night of New Year's Day. Sunrise on New Year’s Eve The Dreaming Festival This festival takes place a hidden valley just outside of the small town of Woodford. The Dreaming is Australia's first international indigenous festival. It is a showcase of indigenous Australia and its ancient cultures which includes dance, music, theatrical, literary and visual performances to workshops, stalls, lectures, films, traditional foods and crafts.
Номер материала: ДВ-422754
Вам будут интересны эти курсы: