Recommended by the Capitol: It is best to make an appointment on weekends in this place. Usually there are not many people. You can go in without making an appointment. Go through the security check before entering the door. Except you can go in, nothing else can be brought in. There is a place to send packages for free. After sending the package, go to the service desk to register and get a number. A tour guide will take you to the Parliament Building. There are only English-speaking guides, but there are brochures in Chinese. Transportation: In the city center, walking, you can also take the bus, there are stations nearby, see Figure 3. Tickets: Free, it is best to book a visit time online. Time-consuming: about 2 hours
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The New Zealand Capitol building in Wellington is a wonderful building. It is shaped like a tower of our Chinese architecture, with a 30-posted building underneath. The interior is a spacious conference hall, an iconic building of Wellington, and worth a visit.
The New Zealand Parliament Building in Wellington is a very distinctive building. Its design prototype should be a Maori thatched cottage. The lower part is supported by a circular column with four circles. The bottom is wide and the top is narrow. The top is a circular platform, which looks like an altar. But it's still very important, with the characteristics of New Zealand, it's worth taking a look.
The streets of Wellington in the New Year are very lively. Happy New Year to share with everyone
Free tour, the door needs security check, there is an hour to visit the inside explanation, need to send a bag. Very good, you can understand the government work and New Zealand history, there is a special room of Maori staff, which has Maori jewelry, very special. In addition, we visited the House of Lords and House of Commons and suggested that visitors visit it. There is a beautiful building next to it, creamy yellow, can do wedding photo background, superb.
The New Zealand Parliament building is a very strange building, it is a bit like our Chinese roundabout, a small circle of columns, a bit like the local Maori traditional building, very different, and one of Wellington's iconic buildings, Well worth a look.
This building is very tall, but its shape is a bit like our thermal power plant. Very magnificent, the overall glass gives a sense of dignity.