The British Columbia Parliament Buildings are located in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada and are home to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia.
The Speaker and the Sergeant-At-Arms are amongst those responsible for the legislative precinct, which by statute include the Parliament Buildings and grounds.
The Neo-baroque buildings face north on Belleville street facing the Inner Harbour and diagonally across from The Empress Hotel.
A statue of Queen Victoria stands on the front lawn as well a statue of a soldier to commemorate the province's World War I, World War II and Korean War dead.
Atop the central dome is a gold-covered statue of Captain George Vancouver. Free guided tours of the facility are offered year-round.
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Above Photo: Visitors watching people who are dressed up in clothing from years past.
It was really nice to walk around the Parliament Buildings grounds looking at the characters in dress from an earlier time.
The ladies and the men looked fabulous and, spent time with visitors/tourists explaining how things were back in the day.
Above Photo: On the front lawn a statue of a soldier to commemorate the province's World War I, World War II and Korean War dead.
Above Photo: A beautiful fountain sits on the front lawn of the British Columbia Parliament Building grounds.
Above Photo: Visitors to the Parliament Buildings can take a ride on a horse drawn carriage around the area looking at the sights.
Above Photo: Again we see two men dressed in the clothing from the past speaking to one of the many tourists who were visiting.
Above/Below Photo: We see the Parliament Buildings in the background, and some of the street vendors selling food and drinks. Also the harbour where you can see all types of boats.
Above Photo: Empress Hotel and waterfront Harbour.
Above Photo: Another nice photo with the Parliament Buildings in the background.
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