The courts are under Wall Street and come by subway. It's convenient to be near the subway station. It's also convenient to walk from Chinatown. This court still looks quite good. It is more solemn and solemn. Normally, there are not many people who come here, because it is not open to the outside world and the buildings nearby are beautiful.
Behind the City Hall is the Tweed Court Building, a Victorian-style building built in 1881. It is the second oldest building in New York after the City Hall of New York. It is also the most expensive official building in American history. It was designated as a national historical landmark in 1986.
The symbol of authority and the expression of judicial justice.
There is a sense of dignity in places like courts.