• Lyttelton, New Zealand is a port town cl

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    FOT562477
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    Lyttelton, New Zealand is a port town close to Banks Peninsula on the South Island From Christchurch, New Zealand it is a twelve kilometer drive but you can also board the train that links Lyttelton to Christchurch as this port serves Christchurch.Over 700 years ago, the town of Lyttelton was home to the Maori people and the earliest trace of any human life goes back to the year of 1250.
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    Lyttelton, New Zealand is a port town close to Banks Peninsula on the South Island of New Zealand where about 3,000 people reside. From Christchurch, New Zealand it is a twelve kilometer drive but you can also board the train that links Lyttelton to Christchurch as this port serves Christchurch.Over 700 years ago, the town of Lyttelton was home to the Maori people and the earliest trace of any human life goes back to the year of 1250. Lyttelton, New Zealand was officially announced as a port in 1849 and was named after George William Lyttelton. the harbour of Lyttelton, New Zealand was formed due to a volcanic crater that collapsed and was socked in by two islands known as Quail Island and Ripapa Island. Quail Island was once... Christchurch also has a historical connection to the Antarctic expeditions; both Scott and Shackleton used the port of Lyttelton as a departure point.
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    Rob Weaver
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    Rob Weaver
    Date Taken
    2009-06-19
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    2009-06-19
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    1***NEW Zealand A Collection see more
    Category
    Lifestyle
    Sub Category
    Homes
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    #407090