A typical British building, the blue sky and white clouds are still very beautiful, because some parts are still under maintenance due to damage in the earthquake before. There are some exhibits in the corridor and the building history information is attached to the wall. If you have enough time, you can stroll around
In the city center, there is a large grass at the door. Today, some music lovers at the door held a concert, which was very lively and attracted many passers-by to stop and watch. The air here is very good.
The government building has a magnificent exterior, clean steps, cast iron fireplaces and interiors made of shell fir, an important part of New Zealand's architectural heritage. Like many colonial buildings in the last century, government buildings emulate Italy’s stone palaces, symbolizing the strength and stability of the empire. The building, built using New Zealand’s best native wood, is not replicated by any building today, because all of the existing New Zealand shell-shell forests are permanently protected. The shell fir is known for its hardness, elasticity and its beauty, and after polishing, honey-colored textures exude a mild, satin-like luster. Today, the public can visit the ground floor. The flowers and plants around the building are planted with many of New Zealand's representative plants, many of which are rare varieties. In the Government Building, visitors can see the historical exhibition and translation room on the first floor and the cabinet room on the second floor. The rest of the building is rented to the University of Victoria Law School. There is also a Ministry of Environmental Protection Information Service Center, which is open daily from 9 a.m. to 4.30 p.m. on weekdays and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays.
Old Municipal Building, located in the center of Wellington, with a long history of wooden structure, the building is magnificent and magnificent, marveling at the wisdom of the ancients, visitors can visit the first or two floors of the building, and do not visit outside on Sundays.
Located opposite the Capitol, the largest wooden structure in the Southern Hemisphere. The old municipal building is a very important part of New Zealand's architectural heritage, using native wood shell fir. Now the shell fir forest has been permanently protected, so it is unique. The ground floor is accessible to visitors, with historical exhibitions and translation rooms.
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A typical British building, the blue sky and white clouds are still very beautiful, because some parts are still under maintenance due to damage in the earthquake before. There are some exhibits in the corridor and the building history information is attached to the wall. If you have enough time, you can stroll aroundMore