Russell Square, Perth
The eastern boundary is on Parker Street, which is the location of the Saints Constantine and Helene Greek Orthodox Cathedral, and the Hellenic Community Centre. Shenton Street is the western boundary of the square.
It has been also known as Parco dei Sospire ("The Park of Sighs") as it was the favoured meeting place of the Italian community of "Little Italy".
In the early 1990s it was reviewed in planning studies. In October 1994 Russell Square was upgraded, and thirty sculptures were designed and created by local artists Greg James and Drago Dadich.
It has been a venue for the Festival of Perth.
- "Perth names.". The West Australian (Perth, WA : 1879 - 1954) (Perth, WA: National Library of Australia). 10 December 1938. p. 4. Retrieved 22 March 2013.
- Yiannakis, John N; Hellenic Community of Western Australia (2012), The 75th anniversary of Greek Orthodox Church of Saints Constantine and Helene, Perth : an outline history of events leading to its consecration, Hellenic Community of Western Australia, ISBN 978-0-646-58480-5
- Hellenic Community of Western Australia, 50th anniversary : 1923-1973, retrieved 22 March 2013
- Western Australia. Dept. of Planning and Urban Development; Donaldson and Warn Consultant Architects; Perth (W.A. : Municipality). Council (1991), Northbridge study : final report 1991 [Draft] (1st edition ed.), Perth, W.A, retrieved 22 March 2013
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