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Great bracasha75 2010-01-16 20:17

Hello Lisa
Wonderful nature scene and wonderful on beach of fire in Tasmania.I supose that Tasmania is realy beautiful island with intresthing people and architecture ,right?
Thanks for sharing
Bratislav

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Old 01-17-2010, 03:23 AM
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Default To bracasha75: Thanks Braca

Hi Braca

Thanks for your critique.

Yes, Tasmania is a beautiful place, very untouched and clean. The people are much like the rest of Australians (and indeed most of the rest of the world): some are good some are bad, but in the main, most are good.

Tasmania was home to one of our first penal colonies for convicts from England and Ireland. There are places like Port Arthur and Maria Island which have interesting history and architecture, but that's only 220 year old. compared to the thousands of years of history in your country, it is not much. But we are also lucky to have 40,000 years of Aboriginal culture and artifacts. Unlike the Europeans though, the aboriginals did not deface the land in any way, so the evidence of their habitation is very rare and very subtle.

Have a beautiful Sunday, I hope everything is OK with you.

Lisa
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Thanks for this facts and ,yeah, i,m OK only i must go now on my job in mine and came today after 16.00
Yet are 05.27 early in morning
Have a great day Lisa
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