The Austrian Parliament Building ( de: Parlament, or Parlamentsgebäude) is the seat of the Parliament of Austria. It is a notable landmark of Vienna and a popular sight-seeing destination. It lies centrally at the Ringstraße. ...more on Wikipedia about "Austrian Parliament Building"
The Batasang Pambansa ( English: National Assembly), also known by its nickname, the Batasan, was the former parliament of the Philippines, established as an interim assembly in 1976 and finally as an official body in 1981. Under the 1973 constitution, it replaced the former Congress established under the 1935 Commonwealth constitution. The Batasan was one of two unicameral parliaments in Philippine history, the other being the Malolos Congress under the 1899 constitution. ...more on Wikipedia about "Batasang Pambansa"
The British Columbia Legislature Buildings are located in Victoria, British Columbia and serve as the seat of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia. ...more on Wikipedia about "BC Legislature Building"
Benicia Capitol State Historic Park is the site of California’s third seat of government ( 1853- 1854). It is the only pre- Sacramento capitol that survives. ...more on Wikipedia about "Benicia Capitol State Historic Park"
The Binnenhof ( Dutch, lit. "inner court"), is a collection of buildings in The Hague. It has been the location of meetings of the Staten-Generaal (the Dutch parliament) since 1446, and has been the centre of Dutch politics for centuries. ...more on Wikipedia about "Binnenhof"
Capitolio Nacional (or National Capitol) is a building in central Bogotá, the construction of which began in 1847 and was not concluded until 1926. It houses the Congress of Colombia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Capitolio Nacional"
Christiansborg Palace on Slotsholmen in central Copenhagen is the home of Denmark's three supreme powers: the executive power, the legislative power, and the judicial power. Christiansborg Palace is the only building in the world which is the home of all a nation's three supreme powers. Christiansborg Palace is owned by the Danish state, and is run by the Palaces and Properties Agency. ...more on Wikipedia about "Christiansborg Palace"
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The Colonial Building was the seat of the Newfoundland government and the House of Assembly from January 28, 1850 to July 28, 1959 and in 1974 declared a Provincial Historic Site. ...more on Wikipedia about "Colonial Building"
The Former National Congress Building (ex Congreso Nacional) is the former home of the Chilean Congress. Congress met in this building in central Santiago until Salvador Allende's socialist government was overthrown by Augusto Pinochet's military coup d'état on September 11, 1973. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ex Congreso Nacional"
The Former Supreme Court Building is located in Central, Hong Kong, along the eastern side of Statue Square. It lies directly west of Chater Garden. ...more on Wikipedia about "Former Supreme Court Building"
The Grand Kremlin Palace (Большой Кремлевский дворец Bolshoi Kremlyovski Dvorets), also translated Great Kremlin Palace, was built from 1837 to 1851 in Moscow, Russia on the site of the estate of the Grand Princes, which had been established in the 14th century on Borovitsky Hill. Designed by a team of architects under the management of Konstantin Thon, it was intended to emphasize the greatness of Russian autocracy. Konstantin Thon was also the architect of the Kremlin Armoury and the Church of Christ the Savior. ...more on Wikipedia about "Grand Kremlin Palace"
The Great Hall of the People ( ) is located at the western edge of Tiananmen Square, Beijing, People's Republic of China, and is used for legislative and ceremonial activities by the People's Republic of China and the Communist Party of China. Most day to day government activities are however conducted within a complex at Zhongnanhai. ...more on Wikipedia about "Great Hall of the People"
The Hungarian Parliament Building ( hu: Országház) is the seat of the National Assembly of Hungary, one of the world's greatest legislative buildings, a notable landmark of Hungary and a popular tourist destination of Budapest. It lies in Kossuth Lajos Square, right on the bank of the Danube. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hungarian Parliament Building"
The Irish Houses of Parliament (also known as the Irish Parliament House, now called the Bank of Ireland, College Green due to its modern day use as a branch of the bank) was the world's first purpose-built two-chamber parliament house. It served as the seat of both chambers (the Lords and Commons) of the Irish parliament of the Kingdom of Ireland for most of the eighteenth century until that parliament was abolished by the Act of Union in 1800 when the island became part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. ...more on Wikipedia about "Irish Houses of Parliament"
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Leinster House is the former ducal palace in Dublin that has served since 1922 as the parliament building of the Irish Free State and the Republic of Ireland. It served as the headquarters of the Royal Dublin Society until 1922. The society's famous Dublin Spring Show and Dublin Horse Show were held on its Leinster Lawn, facing Merrion Square. ...more on Wikipedia about "Leinster House"
This is a list of buildings in which legislatures sit. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of Legislative buildings"
The Palais du Luxembourg (Luxembourg Palace) in the VIe arrondissement of Paris, north of the Luxembourg Garden, is where the French Senate meets. ...more on Wikipedia about "Luxembourg Palace"
The Manitoba Legislative Building is the meeting place of the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba, in central Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. It was completed in 1920 and stands seventy-seven metres tall (253 ft). It was designed by Simon and Boddington. The building is famous for the Golden Boy, a statue at the top of the cupola. ...more on Wikipedia about "Manitoba Legislative Building"
The National Diet Building (国会議事堂 Kokkai-gijidō) is the place in which both the houses of the Diet of Japan are held. It is located in 1-chome, Nagatacho, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo. ...more on Wikipedia about "National Diet Building"
Navy Hall is a wooden structure that served as Ontario's first provincial Parliament in 1792 to 1794. The single floor structure is located at Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario or then called Newark, Upper Canada was built at naval barracks in 1765. When John Graves Simcoe decided to move the capital ot York, Upper Canada, the building was abandoned. Destroyed in the War of 1812, it was re-built as a stone structure. ...more on Wikipedia about "Navy Hall"
New Zealand Parliament Buildings are situated on a 45,000 square metre site in and around the northern end of Lambton Quay, Wellington. They consist of Parliament House, the Executive Wing, the Parliamentary Library, Bowen House, and the old Government Buildings. ...more on Wikipedia about "New Zealand Parliament Buildings"
The Old Capitol Prison served a jail in Washington, DC during the time of the Civil War. ...more on Wikipedia about "Old Capitol Prison"
The original parliament house of Australia, now referred to as Old Parliament House, and formerly known as the Provisional Parliament House, served as the official Parliament House of the Commonwealth of Australia from 1927 to 1988. Federal Parliament relocated to the new capital Canberra from 9 May 1927. Before 1927, Federal Parliament met in the Victorian Parliament building. After 1988, Parliament was conducted at the new Parliament House, which was officially opened during Australia's bicentenary celebrations. ...more on Wikipedia about "Old Parliament House, Canberra"
The Old Parliament House ( Chinese: 前国会大厦), also known as the Arts House at the Old Parliament, is a building in Singapore gazetted as a national monument on 14 February 1992. First completed in 1827, the building went from being a private mansion to one used for governmental institutions, before becoming a multidisciplinary arts centre, and remains the oldest governmental building to remain in existance in the country. ...more on Wikipedia about "Old Parliament House, Singapore"
The Legislative Assembly of Ontario is located in Toronto, in a park called Queen's Park. The Legislative Building sits on the former site of King's College (the institution that eventually became the University of Toronto) and lunatic hospital. The building was loaned to the province by the university on a 999 year lease. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ontario Legislature, Queen's Park"
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