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==Description==
 
==Description==
The Sydney Opera House is a modern [[expressionist architecture|expressionist design]], with a series of large precast concrete "[[Thin-shell structure|shells]]",<ref>[http://nsw.royalsoc.org.au/journal_archive/106_12_lewis.html Shells of the Sydney Opera House], The Royal Society of New South Wales</ref> each composed of sections of a [[sphere]] of {{convert|75.2|m|ftin|1}} radius,<ref>[http://nsw.royalsoc.org.au/journal_archive/106_12_lewis_2.html "Roof Cladding of the Sydney Opera House", Journal and Proceedings of The Royal Society of New South Wales, Volume 106 Parts 1 and 2, pp. 18–32, issued 21 November 1973 (Note: The paper is self-contradictory, giving both radius and diameter as over 246 ft. It is unlikely the diameter as the building's height of 213 ft makes this value illogical.)]</ref> forming the roofs of the structure, set on a monumental podium. The building covers {{convert|1.8|ha|acre|1}} of land and is {{convert|183|m|ft|0|abbr=on}} long and {{convert|120|m|ft|0|abbr=on}} wide at its widest point. It is supported on 588 concrete piers sunk as much as {{convert|25|m|ft|0|abbr=on}} below sea level.
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The Sydney Opera House is a modern [[expressionist architecture|expressionist design]], with a series of large precast concrete "[[Thin-shell structure|shells]]",<ref>[http://nsw.royalsoc.org.au/journal_archive/106_12_lewis.html Shells of the Sydney Opera House], The Royal Society of New South Wales</ref> each composed of sections of a [[sphere]] of {{convert|75.2|m|ftin|1}} radius,<ref>[http://nsw.royalsoc.org.au/journal_archive/106_12_lewis_2.html "Roof Cladding of the Sydney Opera House", Journal and Proceedings of The Royal Society of New South Wales, Volume 106 Parts 1 and 2, pp. 18–32, issued 21 November 1973 (Note: The paper is self-contradictory, giving both radius and diameter as over 246 ft. It is unlikely the diameter as the building's height of 213 ft makes this value illogical.)]</ref> forming the roofs of the structure, set on a monumental podium. The building covers {{convert|1.8|ha|acre|1}} of land and is {{convert|183|m|ft|0|abbr=on}} long and {{convert|120|m|ft|0|abbr=on}} wide at its widest point. It is supported on 588 concrete piers sunk as much as {{convert|25|m|ft|0|abbr=on}} below sea level.Yes and I PHUCKED my sister:]
   
 
Although the roof structures of the Sydney Opera House are commonly referred to as "shells" (as they are in this article), they are in fact not shells in a strictly structural sense, but are instead [[precast concrete]] panels supported by precast concrete ribs.<ref>{{cite web
 
Although the roof structures of the Sydney Opera House are commonly referred to as "shells" (as they are in this article), they are in fact not shells in a strictly structural sense, but are instead [[precast concrete]] panels supported by precast concrete ribs.<ref>{{cite web
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