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Sydney landmarks shrouded in haze due to bushfires

Sydney landmarks shrouded in haze due to bushfires

Sydney's famous landmarks, the Harbour Bridge and Opera House, were shrouded in haze on Tuesday (November 12) as New South Wales bushfires continue to burn.

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Sydney landmarks shrouded in haze due to bushfires

Sydney's famous landmarks, the Harbour Bridge and Opera House, were shrouded in haze on Tuesday (November 12) as New South Wales bushfires continue to burn.



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