The BC Parliament Buildings in Victoria were constructed in 1893 by a young 25 year old creative architect, imagine that - just 25, by the name of Francis Rattenbury in honor of celebrating Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee. Arguments arose of course, but soon the controversy was put aside and the Parliament Buildings were finally completed in 1915 with great anticipation. The Province of British Columbia now had an official residence for the B.C. Parliament and a home for the Provincial Legislation to assemble and discuss ways of boosting the lagging local economy at the time.
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Angshu (53992) 2008-12-17 23:39
Good to see a new post from you after a long time. The reflection is very nice, infact the sky has come out better. Just thought of the idea of inverting the picture! And why so small a size of the post?
zeynepe (9833) 2008-12-25 4:22
You captured nice reflections with beautiful architectural details.
Congrats and best regards,