I’m back after a couple of weeks, part of which was spent in Victoria. Victoria, being the capital city for the province of British Columbia, is home to the British Columbia Parliament Buildings.
It’s here that the provincial Legislative Assembly meets for government matters, most of which goes right over my head.
The Parliament Buildings are located overlooking the city’s inner harbour, which is sort of like point zero for anyone visiting. You’re almost guaranteed to spend some time poking around the property enjoying the architecture.
At the back of the property is where we found this door and its impressive facade.
The wrought iron gate is the perfect mix of design and function. I love it. And the purple colour for the door is a nice choice.
Next week I’ll be back with the other entrance, the main entrance at the front of the building used for special guests.
See you then!
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