Australia Sunset at Ayers Rock







Australia Sunset at Ayers Rock


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Here you can see on this picture a beautiful sunset at Ayers Rock. The Ayers Rock is also known as Ulruru. The Ayers Rock is a rock formation of sandstone located in the Northern Territory of Australia. It is in the Ulruru Kata Tjuta National Park. For the Pitjantjatjara tribe and the Yankunytjatjara tribe, Ayers Rock is a sacred place. When visiting Ulruru you will discover a lot of cave and rock paintings. Ayers Rock is in the listing of the World Heritage Site. The first non aboriginal having seen the rock was Ernest Giles in October 1872.  The place has been name after Sir Henry Ayers by William Goose when he visited the rock in July 1973. Sir Henry Ayers was born in May 1821 in England and was a Premier of South Australia. He emigrated in 1840 to South Australia with Elizabeth his wife. Climbing Ulruru is a famous attraction that a lot of visitors like to do when visit this sacred place. So do not hesitate to climb the Ulruru when you are there.



Sunset at Ayers Rock




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