Given a duel-name of Uluru/Ayers Rock on 15th December 1993, this Northern Territory tourist attraction and aboriginal sacred place has sparked a heated ‘naming convention’ debate in its Wikipedia article‘s Talk section.
Ayers Rock is a beautiful landmark that changes color with the sun’s position. Traditionally known as Uluru, it was named Ayers Rock by William Gosse when he sighted it 1873. What name do you know it by?
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