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Adelaide Festival of Ideas Brings Prominent Thinkers

By Brett Pilgrim

Many factors attract people to real estate in Adelaide, but one of the most common is its extensive program of events throughout the year.

The city recently hosted its Festival of Ideas, which took place from October 17-20.

People from all over the city and beyond attended the event, which drew in some big names and inspirational thinkers.

World-famous physicist and author Paul Davies was responsible for delivering the opening event, where he asked a number of questions that often baffle mankind.

One of the areas of discussion is what else might arise from human ideas and what the future has in store, which no doubt had the audience gripped.

Another highlight was an appearance by democracy champion Anwar Ibrahim, who was interviewed by ABC broadcaster Waleed Aly about campaigning in his native Malaysia.

Various venues throughout the city were involved in the festival, including Adelaide Town Hall, Elder Hall at the University of Adelaide and even the South Australian Museum.

Many of these places play an important role in the local community, bringing people together at major events such as the Festival of Ideas and other occasions throughout the year.

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