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City: Adelaide

It's a small hill in north Adelaide which is named after a Jewish Colonising Commissioner, Jacob Montefiore that provides a spectacular view of the city, especially at night. A bronze statue of Colonel William Light, the founding father of Adelaide stands on the hill looking towards the city. The area is called the Light's Vision, which is mainly a lookout on the hill, which was initially built as a stage for this centerpiece.


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