Alice Springs

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Al·ice Springs

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A town of central Australia south-southeast of Darwin. The largest community in the large, sparsely populated central region of the continent, Alice Springs developed around a telegraph station that was established in 1871.
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Alice Springs

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(Placename) a town in central Australia, in the Northern Territory, in the Macdonnell Ranges. Pop: 23 640 (2001). Former name (until 1931): Stuart
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