The city hall is also a very interesting place. The environment of this place also looks pretty good. It is also one of the modern buildings in the city. The street is very wide. You can see many good choices here.
The city hall is quite large. The entire hall is an office space. There are strict distinctions between the first and second floors. The cases at the entrance are stricter. The security team can see it on almost every floor, which is not very good for outsiders.
This is one of the must-visit attractions for every visitor to this city. The sculptures at the entrance are very beautiful. The whole city is very clean and tidy. The air is permeable and there are many tourists, but there are few locals on the street.
Joburg City Hall and Union Square in South Africa. The car drove slowly around Union Square and could only wait and see from the car. You can imagine the security situation in Johannesburg. The square in front of the city hall is where Mandela gave his first public speech after he was released from prison! Urban construction cannot be talked about modern, but the faces, with a little regional color, always make you curious, and want to know more about this place.
The most beautiful building in Cape Town is the City Hall (City Hall) built in 1905. This is an Italian Renaissance and British colonial style mixed building. Because of its noble and solemn style, it was used as a parade ground (Grand Parade), is also home to the Cape Town Library and Cape Town Symphony Orchestra.
The majestic European-style buildings on the high ground and the spacious and beautiful front of the city hall are one of the photo spots in Pretoria.