National Geographic : 1935 Dec
00 LIKE WASHINGTON, AUSTRALIA'S PLANNED CAPITAL IS SET IN AN AMPHITHEATER OF HILLS Today, only eight years after the Parliament first convened here, the site of Canberra shows scattered communitiesinwhich the full plan isscarcely yet discernible. Seen here from Red Hill are Federal buildings in the fringe of trees in line with the two figures, beyond the isolated Presbyterian Cathedral. The district ofForrest isim mediately below, while another residential section is growing beyond the Federal group, near the base of Mount Ainslee. Barton and Kingston form the suburbs atthe right (see text, page 721).