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The Emerald City, Sydney Design

Unisex Heavy Blend™ Crewneck Sweatshirt (The Emerald City, Sydney Design)

The Emerald City, Sydney Design is inspired by the biggest city and cultural centre of Australia, the city of Sydney.

Sydney is a beautiful city with a lot of history and diverse population, that represents the spirit of Australia as a proud multicultural country that is build on fair go and egalitarianism. Sydney has many landmarks including The Sydney Opera House, The Rocks, The Rocks Discovery Museum, Sydney Tower Eye, Queen Victoria Building, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Sydney Observatory, Powerhouse Museum, Bondi Beach, Milk Beach, Manly Beach, Manly Dam, The Blue Mountains, The National Maritime Museum, Spit Bridge, Hyde Park Barracks, Art Gallery of New South Wales, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Kings Cross, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Bobbin Head,  SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium, Government House Sydney, Darling Harbour, The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, ANZAC War Memorial, Barangaroo Reserve, Sydney Town Hall, Sydney Jewish Museum, Great Synagogue, Luna Park, Macquarie Street, St. James Church, Hillsong Church Hills Campus, Parramatta, George Street, Sydney Cenotaph, Mrs. Macquarie’s Chair, Central Railway Station, Taronga Zoo, Anzac Bridge, and Fort Denison.

The Arabic calligraphy writing "سيدني, مدينة الزمرد" was the translation of Sydney's nickname, "The Emerald City". This nickname comes in relation to the famous play "Emerald City" and the Oz books. To find out more about the history of the nickname, visit the website: https://theculturetrip.com/pacific/australia/articles/why-sydney-is-also-known-as-the-emerald-city/

Arabic writing is usually viewed with suspicion and fear as many people associate it unjustifiably with terrorism. Thus, through showing the beauty of Arabic writing and Arabic calligraphy via printing it on hippie T-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, tank tops, mugs, canvas, tote cotton bags, and mouse pads; we hope to change the perception of Arabic writing towards admiration and appreciation.