Great experience! On top of the hill with good views. It is open for public daily.
Utah Government Building is one of Utah's landmarks. Similar to the U.S. Capitol, the building, known as the Little Congress, was opened in 1916. The earliest building was planned to be built in 1872, which was delayed indefinitely because of a shortage of $1 million. An old lady donated an inheritance worth $800,000 in 1902, and the state building continued until it was completed in 1916 at a total cost of $2.32 million. Over the 100 years since its completion, the total cost of various renovations and maintenance amounts to $23 million. There are no security guards in the state government building, but there are more than 200 surveillance probes in the building. From the first step into the building, visitors enter the internal monitoring without leaving a dead corner. Thousands of people visit government buildings every year.
Utah State Government Building is the most beautiful state government building in the world. It costs a lot. The interior decoration can be said to be brilliant. Anyone can go in and visit it. Visitors and civil servants do not interfere with each other at work. This is an inconceivable sight in China. It is totally inconceivable. The whole building is modeled on the U.S. Capitol Building, with a large dome backed by the sky and wrapped in copper. The whole building is decorated like a palace, beautiful wheels, devoted to unusual artistic ingenuity, unparalleled.
Utah State Government Building, the only government building in the United States without security check, is open to visitors. The size and shape of the building can be comparable to that of Washington's Capitol Hill. It has a beautiful interior and can be described as brilliant.
Inside Utah, we're looking at things on a pedestrian basis. Strangely enough, - "without security at all, we're allowed to go straight in. The commentator said - "Utah's law and order in the United States is quite good, good.............................................
Salt Lake City state government is really worthy of low-key luxury and connotation ah, particularly beautiful ah, state government parliament building resembles the White House, tourists can visit at will. It's pure gold with brilliance and rainbow flags hanging on the city hall building.
Back in Utah, through the Zion National Park, where goats haunt the longest mountain tunnel I've ever seen, all the way north to Salt Lake City, Utah's capital, to visit the most luxurious state government buildings, you can see a whole block of marble pillars and slabs everywhere, and you can also learn a little about the history of Mormonism.
The Utah State Government House is a mixed building of the Utah State Government, Parliament and Justice, the Governor's Office, the House of Representatives, the Senate and the Supreme Court. This is a neoclassical building, which was listed in the National Historic List in 1978. From the south side of the main building, we can see the hall, the East-West hall, the second floor and the corridor in turn. Marvel at the magnificence and classical style of the whole building and the brilliance of its interior, then turn out from the east. There is a statue of the Indian leader Massasoit in the East square. Time is limited. The portraits of previous governors on the first floor of the building, Hall of Governor State Seal, and the bronze statue of Brigham Young (the first governor) on the second floor have not been seen in time.
The building has a long history. The government building is not enclosed by the wall. It is located in the highest place in Salt Lake City. It can overlook the whole city. The murals on the top of the center of the building are exquisite, with the implications of peace, unity and resistance. Behind the building there is a bronze statue of Brigham Young, a Mormon bishop.