Fremantle was founded in 1829 and is known for the fact that numerous architectural monuments of the XIX century are well preserved here. The port city is located in the southwest of Australia on the continent's coast. At one time, Fremantle had the sad glory of a 'prison city.' Tourists with interest explore the colonial limestone buildings with decorated facades built by prisoners, the old marina and port, and local prisons. The town is home to the "Round House," the oldest building in the western part of the continent. The former prisoner's house was built in the early thirties of the XIX century. It is also worth visiting the Fremantle History Museum, the construction of which was also attended by prisoners. The local market, founded in 1897, is of particular interest to tourists. In the port, there is a monument to Bon Scott, the leader, and vocalist of rock band AC/DC, whose ashes rest at the local cemetery.
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