Australia’s history fascinates me. It’s so high on my list of places to visit that my Aussie friends should probably start sending me ideas of hidden gems that are off the beaten path. Originally to be called “New Albion,” Sydney was named for Lord Sydney. Most enchanting to me, though, is the location of the Opera House. Directly from the Opera House’s site: The land on which the Sydney Opera House stands was known to its traditional custodians, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, as Tubowgule, meaning “where the knowledge waters meet.”

Now for the fourth clue…

Nested like Slavik dolls on a green bed,
iron in mahogany inside of two lead.
Those in ebony, then all in oak,
what city holds this well-wrapped bloke?

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