Dunedin

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The Dunedin Public Art Gallery houses one of New Zealand's finest collections of European art, certain pieces dating from the 15C. — Michelin Guide
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Documents, works of art, technological items, and forms of transport tell the stories of all Otago settlers, from Māori and early European and Chinese to later Pacific Islanders and Asians — Fodor's
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Olveston is one of New Zealand’s best-known stately homes and if, like me, you have a passion for grand old homes, it should definitely be on your agenda. — Frommer's
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Galleries in an 1877 building are a throwback to Victorian times — Fodor's
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Built to recognise the contribution of Chinese people to Dunedin since its earliest days, this walled garden was prefabricated in Shanghai before being dismantled then reassembled here — Lonely Planet
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For a tasty indulgence, head to the Speight's Brewery Heritage Centre for a tour of the South's top brewery, which dates back to 1876 — Fodor's
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Dating from 1863, these 22 peaceful, grassy and shady hectares include rose gardens, rare natives, a four-hectare rhododendron dell, glasshouses, a playground and a cafe — Lonely Planet
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This extravagant building, considered one of the best examples of railway architecture in the southern hemisphere, earned its architect, George Troup, a knighthood from the king. — Fodor's
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One of the world's steepest streets seems to have houses sliding down it.  — Atlas Obscura
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Dunedin's original Scottish settlers founded Otago's first Presbyterian congregation upon their arrival in 1848 and built this grand church 25 years later. — Lonely Planet
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This vast, shady octagonal square is the nerve centre of Dunedin, the place where everyone meets and everything happens — Michelin Guide
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