British Columbia Parliament Buildings

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Officially the British Columbia Provincial Legislative Assembly Buildings, these massive stone structures are more popularly referred to as the Parliament Buildings. Full review →


Frommer's 33

That’s their official name; everyone else just calls them “The Leg,” short for BC Legislative Assembly. The seat of provincial government is a striking neo-baroque building designed by a... Full review →


Lonely Planet

This dramatically handsome confection of turrets, domes and stained glass is the province's working legislature and is also open to history-loving visitors. Full review →


Michelin Guide 53

On the south side of James Bay stands a long, squat stone building, whose central dome is topped by a gilt statue of Capt. George Vancouver. Designed by Francis Rattenbury (1867-1935) and... Full review →

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