Australia's Spectacular Scenery, 'Ayers Rock'
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Australia's Spectacular Scenery, 'Ayers Rock'

by Yoshihide Danjoh
(Musashino, Tokyo)

Ayers Rock in Australia

Ayers Rock in Australia

Although I have never been to Australia, I want to go to Uluru in Australia. Uluru is commonly called Ayers Rock. Ayers Rock is located almost in the center of Australia, and is the 2nd biggest monolith in the world.

This monolith was discovered by a British explorer in the 19th century, and was named Ayers Rock. And it was registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987.

The aborigines in Australia value this place as a sacred place where spirits remain, and dislike mountain climbing guests who enter it without permission.

If it is possible to go, I want to have good behavior with tidy manners.

Thanks for reading.

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