I couldn't tell whether it was American or European, but I was surprised that the City Hall in New York would not allow visitors. This is the landmark building of New York, although it is the first time to walk in and see the truth, intuitively understand the history of the world's metropolis.
New York City Hall looks less majestic and heavily guarded, and people can see their offices through the windows.
City Hall is one of the oldest buildings in New York, and it still performs its original government functions. Founded between 1803 and 1812, the city hall was included in the National Historic List of the United States in 1966 and became the National Historic Architecture of the United States. Its beautiful dome hall is regarded as a landmark of the city. Its French dome, beautiful, in which it is easy to have the illusion of being in the Roman temple. The governor's office has become a museum, collecting portraits and antique furniture of important 19th-century Americans, such as Washington's desks.
New York City Hall, in the middle of a triangular green park, is a beautiful historical building that has been more than 200 years old.
Although visitors are not allowed to enter, sitting in the park next to them to relax is also a different flavor.
Compared with the buildings in Europe and many other American cities, it is a general and magnificent building, but it is of great significance. On National Day, some people will cos Washington and militias here to recreate the great historic moments of the past. Visitors can sit in the lobby and listen to Coser reciting the Declaration of Freedom. There are also some exhibits and introductions in the side hall.