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Dunedin holidays

Dunedin was founded by settlers from the Presbyterian Church of Scotland in the 1840’s, and has a strong Scottish heritage. The architecture of the buildings is similar to that of Edinburgh, and the names of the streets include Princes Street and George Street. It is set on the hills of a harbour, with educational facilities including Otago University.

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