The Capitol is composed of many different tall buildings, and it is also the most prosperous area here. The buildings here face the water and the scenery is nice.
The Capitol is not as grand and distinctive as you might think.
If you don't say it, it's really inconspicuous, and there is no obvious difference from a residential building from a distance.
After lunch, go to the Capitol. The Capitol is the largest building in Uruguay and the place where Uruguayan sculpture art is fully displayed. The building has 4 floors, is 40 meters high and covers an area of 8,000 square meters. There are a large number of elaborate reliefs on the external wall of the building, and the interior is veneered with colorful natural marble and there are numerous murals reflecting the historical scenes of Uzbekistan. With the joint efforts of famous Italian and Uruguay artists, craftsmen and architects, this magnificent building took 17 years to open. On June 28, 1902, the then Congress passed a decree and approved the establishment of a special committee responsible for the construction of the Capitol. In 1904, the Italian architect VICTOR MEANO's design was selected, but he was murdered in Buenos Aires on June 1 of the same year. The four bronze statues in the outer garden of the Capitol represent law, justice, science, and labor. The author is the famous Italian sculptor Giannino Castiglioni (1884-1971). Originally these statues were made of marble, but because there were no capable craftsmen in Uzbekistan, they were finally changed to bronze sculptures.