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Albury is a major regional city in New South Wales, Australia, located on the Hume Highway on the northern side of the Murray River. It is the seat of local government for the council area which also bears the city's name - the City of Albury. Albury has an urban population of 45,627 people.
- also known as Albury, New South Wales
- part of New South Wales, Australia
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Albury. St Matthews Anglican Church.
Prominent NSW church architect Edmund Blacket designed this church in 1859. It was soon too small for the growing city of Albury on the Murray River and Boles changed the Blacket Norman style designed church into an ordinary Gothic designed church with major additions and changes in 1876. After a major fire the church was rebuilt in 1991 with the same external appearance but with all new interior fittings. The church is part of the Civic Block in Albury near the Court House, Post Office and Town Hall etc.
The two storey adjoining Anglican Rectory was built in red bricks in Gothic style in 1870.
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