Australien! kann mir jemanden helfen?
1) what are the big farms in Australia called? 2) what's the most famous building in Sydney? 3) why don't the aborigines like tourists to climb Ayres Rock? 4) how are the children living in the inner part of Australia educated?
Du kannst Dir per google und Co. sehr leicht selber helfen. Versuchs doch mal. Viel Erfolg.
Solltest Du unerwarteterweise nichts finden:
Zitat: "In Australia, a station is a large landholding used for livestock production. It corresponds to American ranches that operate under the Taylor Grazing Act of 1934 on public lands. The owner of a station is called a pastoralist or a grazier (which correspond to the North American term rancher).
Originally station referred to the owner's house and the
outbuildings of a pastoral property, but it now generally refers to the
whole holding. Stations in Australia are on Crown land pastoral leases, and are known colloquially as sheep stations or cattle stations as most are stock specific, dependent upon the country and rainfall. The operators or owners are thus known as pastoralists."
Zitat: "The Sydney Opera House is Australia's most recognisable building and is an icon of Australia's creative and technical achievement. Since its
completion in 1973 it has attracted worldwide acclaim for its design and
construction, enhanced by its location on Bennelong Point within a superb harbour setting."
Zitat: "Uluru (Ayers Rock) is sacred to the local Pitjantjatjara tribe that live here. It was said to have come about during the much fabled Dreamtime. ..."
Zitat: "School of the Air is one of the means by which children in remote
communities can access schools. Alternatively, community schools provide
an opportunity for children to attend schools and to grow up in their
communities. Teaching and learning in both types of schools has benefited greatly from radio communication and more recently, electronic facilities."
2) Sydney Opera House 3) Because its sacred 1/2) Google up :P