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Three men died during construction of the initial Harbour Bridge structure in Auckland, New Zealand, between 1956 and 1959, all killed in falls from the bridge. A memorial plaque mounted on a pedestal beneath the bridge at Stokes Point on the North Shore names the men who lost their lives. Crossing Waitematā Harbour between Auckland’s Saint Marys Bay and Northcote Read more...
Auckland’s Sky Tower is 328 metres (or 1,076 feet) high to the top of its mast, making it the tallest freestanding structure in the Southern Hemisphere. On clear days, the Skydeck observation deck on Level 60, just below the mast at 220 meters (or 720 feet) above street level, offers 360-degree views over distances of up to 80 kilometres (or Read more...