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Australia- Uluru

Could you tell which landmark from Australia have Trinity class produced this time?

Yes?/ No? Well... I will tell you a bit about it then:

This is a representation of the Uluru which is an iconic image of Australia and particularly of the Aborigines that used it as a holy place.

Uluru is a huge sandstone rock in the middle of the Australian Outback, sometimes called Ayers Rock named after an explorer who saw it.

It is estimated to be 600 million years old and would, at one point, have been on the bottom of the sea!! Astonished?

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