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Gold-mining entrepreneur Claude de Bernales built this quaint outdoor shopping arcade in 1937. Today it's a magnet for anyone with a camera wanting to recapture the atmosphere and architecture of Tudor England, and for those looking for Australian souvenirs. Along its length are statues of Sir Walter Raleigh and Dick Whittington, the legendary lord mayor of London. Above the arcade entry, costumed mechanical knights joust with one another when the clock strikes the quarter hour. Don't miss Pigeonhole; it's a great place to shop for souvenirs and gifts.
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