Inside of the Melbourne Central shopping centre. The 50-metres-tall brick tower building was built in 1888 and used as a shot tower, till 1961. As historic landmark it escaped demolition and in 1991 the shopping centre was built around it. The tower was roofed-over with a 20-storeys-tall, 490-tonnes-heavy glass cone (the largest such in the world. Inside the tower is a museum and a clothing boutique.
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