The mountains near Wellington are full of green, blue sea and blue sky, and beautiful scenery. The climate is mild and the seasons are like spring. Wellington has a mild and humid climate. It is a famous tourist destination in the South Pacific, with a population of about 450,000. It is the cultural center of Oceania along with Sydney and Melbourne in Australia.
Unlike the city and county government buildings in some places, the buildings here are very simple and practical, and there is nothing worth taking pictures. Just pass by and have a look.
A very ordinary city hall has a history of one hundred years, and the surrounding buildings make the city hall inconspicuous.
My wife and I were on a tour and walked pass the Wellington Town Hall which is closed and currently undergoing a rebuild as a result of the 2013 Seddon earthquake.
The Wellington Town Hall was an interesting building but its architectural beauty was lost by the many more modern buildings close by. Worth a visit.
Stands out among the newer buildings in the area. Great architecture. It was too bad that we our group was only passing through and did not have the time to go inside and do a bit of a wander.
Snow and ice all over Wellington experienced after a very long time. It was a silver lining on a dark cloud for north island, for those of us who have not seen snow and ice for a long time.
Wellington is a great place to walk around. There are so many beautiful buldings to look at and there are plenty of photo opportunities if you are interested.