One of the landmark decorations of Otti Square is very interesting, cute in shape, and it's interesting to stand in the middle and take pictures. Nearby is very big, there are many frontal pigeons in the open space beside, looking for food on the ground in groups, flying around, lovely.
With the advent of the electrical age, trams began to emerge and gradually dominated here and have continued to this day. The emergence of trunk lines and highways has also changed Auckland's urban landscape, and more significantly, it has led to the union of cities and cities.
There is a lot going on here during New Zealand's three month summer season (December 1 through February). Free outdoor events include concerts, craft activities for kids, dancing, workshops and festivals. We were here in early December, when the square featured a gigantic Christmas tree made from over half a million LEGOs. Also located here is the Aotea Centre (where a variety of concerts, dance programs and theatrical productions are held throughout the year).
Otti Square has planted a large area of local trees, benches for tourists to rest under the shade, and green lawns on the square.
On Queen Street, near AUT, there are many pigeons in the square. Next to it is the cinema.
Sky Tower is located at the junction of Victoria Street and Federal Street in downtown Auckland. The Sky Tower is a sightseeing and radio tower. It is 328 meters high and has become the highest structure in the southern hemisphere. It is the thirteenth sightseeing tower of the world's independent sightseeing tower and one of the members of the World Tower Alliance. The Sky Tower can withstand wind speeds of 200 km/h and earthquakes of magnitude 7 on the Richter scale 40 km away. Even the Richter 8 earthquake 20 kilometers away will not fall.