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10. Melbourne Cricket Ground The Melbourne Cricket Ground, in Melbourne, Australia, can hold 100,000 spectators for cricket matches and other sporting events. The ground opened to the general public on the 30th of September, 1854. At that time, 130,000 people ... Continue reading

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If youre a sports nut, you may never want to leave Melbourne. Victorias capital is not just the home of the Australian Football League (10 of the 18 teams are from the state of Victoria), it is also an important ... Continue reading

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