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Hobart is the state capital and most populous city of the Australian island state of Tasmania.
Visitors come to explore its historic inner suburbs and nationally acclaimed restaurants and cafes.
A resident of Hobart is known as a "Hobartian".
Hobart is the financial and administrative heart of Tasmania.
It was named Australia's 6th most sustainable city by the Australian Conservation Foundation in 2010.
It also serves as the home port for both Australian and French Antarctic operations.
Hobart is also a hub for Cruise ships during the summer months.
Up to 40 Cruise ships dock here during the course of the season.
The city supports many other industries including shipbuilding and zinc ore refinement.
Hobart also has large breweries and exports many different beers nationally and in Europe.
Charles Darwin visited Hobart Town in February 1836 as part of the Beagle expedition.
He wrote, "...the bright yellow fields of corn, and dark green ones of potatoes, appear very luxuriant..."
Back in town, Angelo, Gina, Nikki, and Diana (fron left to right).
A Christian religion was specified by 63.8 percent of Hobart residents in the 2006 census.
(Gina sometimes suffers from a condition known as "selective reading".)
Founded in 1803 as a penal colony, Hobart is Australia's second oldest capital city after Sydney.
The city, initially known as Hobart Town, was named after Lord Hobart, the Colonial Secretary.
The BlueGirls enjoy a little shopping.
Hanging out in Hobart.
A vibrant and colorful group on a vibrant and colorful street.