Uluru: The History and Legacy of the Australian Landmark Considered Sacred by the Local Aborigines
Uluru: The History and Legacy of the Australian Landmark Considered Sacred by the Local Aborigines0.0 0 5 Forfatter: Charles River Editors Oplæser: David Bernard
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Its striking appearance aside, Uluru, also known as “Ayers Rock,” is far more than an unmissable landmark. Uluru represents an inimitable symbol of life and culture, and a place of worship sacred to the region's aboriginal inhabitants. Given the long and riveting history attached to this hallowed rock, the aura of mysticality and mystery that clings to Uluru should come as no surprise. Not only does the rock's flaky surface change color throughout the day – going from a deep violet with hints of gray to a light lilac, to a fiery orange-red during sunrise, and from its usual apricot-gold to a faded orange, to a dreamy purplish-pink at dusk – Uluru, they say, is an endless source of inexplicable happenings and paranormal occurrences.
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