Landmarks in New Zealand

Aoraki Mount Cook

New Zealand
Aoraki  Mount Cook
Aoraki (Mount Cook) is the highest mountain in New Zealand. At a height of 3,724 meters (12,218 ft), it is a popular tourist destination and a favorite challenge for mountain climbers. It lies in the Southern Alps.top

Auckland Harbour Bridge

Auckland, Auckland Region, New Zealand
Auckland Harbour Bridge
The Auckland Harbour Bridge is an eight-lane box truss motorway bridge over the Waitemata Harbour, joining St Marys Bay in Auckland with Northcote in the former North Shore City, New Zealand. It is part of State Highway 1 and the Auckland Northern Motorway.top

Bay of Islands

Far North District, New Zealand
Bay of Islands
The Bay of Islands is one of the most popular fishing, sailing and tourist destinations in New Zealand. It is an irregularly-shaped 16 kilometer wide, drowned valley system and a natural harbor. It contains 144 islands.top

Maungakiekie One Tree Hill

Auckland, Auckland Region, 1051, New Zealand
Maungakiekie One Tree Hill
Maungakiekie / One Tree Hill is a 182-meter (597 ft) volcanic peak. On the summit is an important memorial for both Māori and other New Zealanders. The summit provides views across the Auckland area, and allows visitors to see both of Auckland's harbors.top

New Zealand Parliament Buildings

Wellington, Wellington Region, 6160, New Zealand
New Zealand Parliament Buildings
The New Zealand Parliament Buildings house the Parliament of New Zealand and are on a 45,000 square meter site. They consist of Parliament House, the Executive Wing (The Beehive), the Parliamentary Library and Bowen House.top


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