The Supreme Court of England is situated near the Parliament Building in London. The building is a typical Gothic building, like a tall palace, very solemn. This is the birthplace of modern jurisprudence, and the legal subject framework of most countries in the world comes from this place. Therefore, it is of great significance not only to Britain but also to the history of world law.
The British Supreme Court has been renovated and modernized to include two courts, retaining some Victorian characteristics. Old and new works are well integrated. There is a lot of information available from employees and permanent exhibitions. Don't miss the library inside.
The British Supreme Court is an independent white Gothic tower, which is very solemn and solemn. This is the highest legal institution in the British Empire. It can be said that about 60% of the legal framework in the world is produced here. It is a hallowed place in the legal field.
Here is the Supreme Court of Final Appeal dealing with civil cases. In addition to taking pictures in this magnificent white building, you can also enter this government organ which is open to the public free of charge. The basement part is open to the public as a museum, while several rooms upstairs can be visited - you can not only take photos, but also sit in the seat of the Lord Chancellor.
Very good, very good. I feel that I can't express my feelings in words anymore. Anyway, I feel very happy here. Very free.
A solemn and serious place, a sound legal system and a sound society
The Supreme Court of England is the largest court in the country. There are many different chambers in the court. It is not a casual place to visit.
The sculpture at the entrance is exquisite, giving people a sense of sacredness and seriousness, with great momentum.