Port Arthur, which lies in southeast Tasmania, is the island's largest tourist attraction. This is quite interesting, considering its history. It is now an open-air museum, but when it was constructed, it was a British prison. It is in a beautiful area, but the lives of the prisoners there in the 18th and 19th Centuries stood in stark contrast to the natural beauty of the area. This church, which today has no roof, was constructed by these same convicts.
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