Although it is an old government building, it is still quite large, and the whole building is simple and generous. This place should be an exhibition hall now, and it is also a place where visitors can check in.
I walked to this place by accident. This government building felt like I couldn't enter. I found that all the doors were closed. I could only look at the building from the outside, and I felt that it still had its own style. Not bad.
What is the red flower or tree in front of the door? Amazing! The all-wood structure, the old government building, has received the British royal family. No wonder there is a royal emblem that London has seen. It is now the Law School of the University of Victoria. Inside there are exhibition halls on the first and second floors to introduce the history and maintenance of the building. There is an old assembly hall on the second floor to restore the scenery. Such a beautiful building is worth seeing.
A typical British building with blue sky and white clouds is still very beautiful, because it was damaged in the earthquake before, so some parts are still under repair. There are some exhibits in the corridor, and historical materials of the building are pasted on the walls. If you have enough time, you can go shopping
In the city center, there is a large grassland at the door. Today, some music lovers held a concert at the door. It was very lively and attracted many passersby to stop and watch. The air here is good.
The all-wood structure is definitely a historic building for young New Zealand.
Located opposite the Capitol, it is the largest wooden structure in the southern hemisphere. The old municipal building is a very important part of New Zealand's architectural heritage, using native wood kauri. Now the Kauri forest has received permanent protection, so it is even more unique. The first floor on the ground can be visited, there is a history exhibition and translation room.
The government building has a magnificent exterior, clean steps, cast-iron fireplace and interior decoration made of kauri, which is an important part of New Zealand's architectural heritage. Like many colonial buildings in the last century, the government building imitates the stone palaces of Italy and symbolizes the strength and stability of the empire. The building was constructed using New Zealand’s best native wood, Kauri, which cannot be replicated by any building today, because all existing Kauri forests in New Zealand are permanently protected. Kauri is known for its hardness, elasticity and beauty. After polishing, the honey-colored texture exudes a mild, satin-like luster. Today, the public can enter the ground floor to visit. The flowers and plants around the building are planted with many representative plants of New Zealand, many of which are rare species. In the government building, visitors can see the history exhibition and translation room on the first floor, and the cabinet room on the second floor. The rest of the building is leased to the Victoria University Law School. There is also an Information Service Center of the Ministry of Environmental Protection, which is open from 9 am to 4:30 pm on weekdays, and from 10 am to 3 pm on Saturdays.