Sydney Australia Tourist Info and City Guide
The Queen Victoria Building is a late-nineteenth century complex located on George Street in Sydney Australia.
The Romanesque Revival building was completed in 1893 as a marketplace. It features a large central dome together with some smaller domes.
Over the years, this massive building has been used for various purposes,
including a public library. Today, it houses an upscale retail
complex comprised of four floors.
The Bicentennial Plaza is located at the southern end of the building. It features a large statue of Queen Victoria which was gifted to Sydney in 1987 by the Republic of Ireland.