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      Issue 10: Sydney

      Established in 1871, the grand Art Gallery of New South Wales rivals the world’s best museums with impressive holdings of classic and contemporary international art. But for visitors from abroad, the don’t-miss attraction is a robust and inspiring collection of 19th-century Australian works, Aboriginal, and Torres Strait Islander art–including desert paintings by residents of the remote Western Desert and bark paintings from the Saltwater People of the coast.