When you look at Hobart from the Eastern Shore of the Derwent, you can see the buildings of the city on the slopes of Mount Wellington/kunanyi. Each one of these are individual structures with their own stories, and if you have a careful eye, you can pick out the individual features that make them notable. These beautiful hand-drawn pictures by Horst Tiefholz were drafted and coloured in a crisp style that delights the eye. Enjoy!
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