Next to the University of Toronto, it is located in Queen's Park. The environment is beautiful, the green trees are shaded, the green squares in the park are sparse, and several bronze statues are exquisitely made. The building is a retro European style building, solemn and elegant, free of charge to visit the internal facilities, to coincide with the scene to enjoy the meeting of the provincial council.
The whole building of Ontario Parliament Building is old and solemn, magnificent and magnificent. Its brown appearance is integrated with the surrounding green landscape. The East and West flanks of the building have different architectural styles. The Eastern wing is European style, while the Italian marble and dinosaur fossils on stone pillars in the western wing are more noticeable. The interior of the building is decorated with ancient fragrance and antique colours. Various distinctive sculptures and murals show the infinite charm of the building. There are also many historical relics and documents on display for visitors.
The Ontario Parliament Building is located in the middle of Queen's Park, which is located in downtown Toronto. It's next to the University of Toronto. The Ancient Roman-style Ontario Parliament Building was completed in 1893, and its tan exterior is organically integrated with the surrounding green landscape. Each side of the roof has a dome on its left and right, while the center is shaped like a prism. Step into it and feel it carefully.
The Parliament Building is still the seat of the provincial council, with its solemn and stable architecture and exquisite interior decoration.
It cleared up and went back to one of the Victorian landmarks, the British Columbia Legislature BC, to feel the Victorian style.
Coming to the Ontario Parliament Building in downtown Toronto, I stopped in the center of the square and looked around. I found that history and contemporary, traditional and fashionable elements coexist in perfect harmony here, and the landscape is very eye-catching. The sunshine is warm, the breeze is blowing, and the school is quiet. No matter men, women, children, and wherever they come from, the people here can enjoy each other and have their own place. At this moment, I am one of them.
When I went to the University of Toronto, I saw this building very beautiful. I didn't know the City Council building at that time. It's in Queen's Park at the University of Toronto. Unexpectedly, the government building will be built in the middle of the school.
The building has its own characteristics and a long history. It has a big oil painting for a meeting. It's very beautiful.