one of the best place i been, the surrounding is so nice that i cant leave the place one of the amazing place in canada
The British Columbia Parliament Building, located in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, is the seat of the British Columbia Legislative Assembly. The new Baroque building on Belleville Street faces the Inner Harbor, the city's most famous landmark.
It is a landmark building in Victoria. It was designed by a British designer in the early years. It is a typical European-style building. It is currently the seat of the Parliament of British Columbia. The large lawn in front of the door is very beautiful. There is a sculpture of Queen Victoria in front of the lawn. The building is facing the beautiful and busy Victoria Harbour. On the right front is the famous Queens Hotel, which together constitute the tourist center of Victoria. At present, the parliament building is open to the public on the first and second floors for free every week-Monday and Friday, and is introduced by the staff. It is a good place worthy of leisure travel and learning about the history of Victoria.
It was a weekend when I arrived at the Provincial Assembly Building, and the interior was closed. However, its castle-like grandeur is still worth a stop. The grass outside the door is open, facing the waterscape of Inner Harbour. The left and right sides are the Centennial Square and the Royal British Columbia Museum.
The British Columbia Council House is located in the capital Victoria, on the southern tip of Vancouver Island on Canada's Pacific coast. It is named after Queen Victoria and is one of the oldest cities in the North American Pacific Northwest. The British settled here in 1843, with the Parliament building the most famous landmark in the city. The city's Chinatown is the second oldest in North America, after San Francisco. The British Columbia Parliament building is a building in the British Columbia Capitol, which was built in 1897 years, and is a typical North American Parliament building facing the inner harbour on Belleville Street.
Preston_Dominguez: Parliament Buildings, Victoria BC V8V 1X4
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended British Columbia Legislature Bldg,Victoria,Trounce Alley,victoria inner harbour,Royal BC Museum