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Auckland, New Zealand City Skyline Panoramic Picture

Auckland, New Zealand City Skyline Panoramic Picture

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This panoramic photograph of Auckland was taken by Christopher Gjevre. It features downtown Auckland, the largest city in New Zealand with a metropolitan population of over one million people. The city has become known as the "City of Sails" because of the high number of boats. Auckland's tallest structure is Sky Tower. At 1,076 feet, it is the tallest free-standing structure in the Southern Hemisphere. Auckland's tallest office building, at 551 feet, is the Royal and SunAlliance Centre, which is the tall, white building to the left of Sky Tower. To its right is the 42-story ANZ Centre.
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Auckland, New Zealand Panoramic City Skyline Wall Decor

Our Auckland city skyline pictures feature New Zealand's largest city. Over 32% of the nation lives here, and also has the largest Polynesian population anywhere on earth. Hence, this has influenced the wide range of architectural styles in Auckland skyline wall decor.

Auckland skyline prints show pristine, crystal clear waters. This city is surrounded by the Hauraki Gulf, Hunua Ranges, Manukau Harbour, and the Waitakere Ranges. Also, this is one of the few cities on earth with harbors on two separate major bodies of water.

Many iconic landmarks can be seen in Auckland skyline decor, including Sky Tower. This has long been the tallest free-standing building in the Southern Hemisphere. This building reaches 1,076 feet in height and has a restaurant at the top that turns 360° every hour.

Auckland skyline decor will be interesting to watch in the coming years as the city is undergoing significant population growth. As the metropolis already has one of the highest population densities on earth, the only way for the city to continue to grow is up, which will give us many exciting views of new skyscrapers in the future.

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