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Melbourne UNESCO City of Literature
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Melbourne UNESCO City of Literature

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Melbourne, Australia, was appointed as the second UNESCO City of Literature in August 2008.

on this subject: Creative Cities Network

Place/Country: Australia
Type: Travelogue
Credits: Key Thomas, director ; Trevor MC Quade, director. Arts Victoria, producer ; City of Melbourne, producer. UNESCO, co-producer.
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Rights/Droits: City of Melbourne

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