The Capitol was initially built in 1859, but unfortunately the magnificent building was destroyed in a fire in 1916; then the new Capitol was rebuilt in the same style in place and completed in 1922. In the center of the Capitol is the famous Peace Tower, which is 90 meters high. It is known as the most exquisite Gothic building in the world and the tallest building in the Capitol. In the center of the square in front of the Capitol, there is the Evening Bright Fire Tower built to commemorate the centenary of the founding of Canada, which was lit on New Year's Eve in 1967 and will burn for a long time. The emblems of the Canadian states around the Fire Tower are carved and the dates of their entry into the Union are recorded. It's a beautiful building with some attached buildings and sculptures around it.
Canadian Parliament: located in Ottawa, the capital city, the most magnificent building in the middle is the Capitol Building, both sides of the House of Representatives and the Senate, the central square is ablaze with a long-standing fire, which represents the country's enduring prosperity.
Parliament Hill is the symbol of Ottawa. It consists of three Gothic buildings. In the center of the square in front of the building is a bright platform built to commemorate the centenary of the founding of Canada. In addition to taking pictures outside, you must also go to Hill Center across the street to get free guided tour tickets, which have time to visit the interior of the building. Accompanied by tour guides, they visited the Senate (Senate called Red Chamber), the House of Representatives (House of Representatives called Green Chamber), the marble statues of Queen Victoria in the Central District, and queued up to Peace Tower to get a bird's eye view of the city.
Canadian Parliament Villa is worth visiting. It is free to get tickets in the morning. Opposite the Villa, people queue up at 8 o'clock. They get tickets with several entries written on them. They wait under the flagpole beside the Villa. Some people bring them in. The inspection is very strict. They can't bring food except water. All the bags were opened and checked one by one, which delayed the visit for 20 minutes or even longer. Only English and French explanations were given. Those who could not speak English could only listen blindly. After explaining, they could walk up a staircase to the elevator and go to the 9th floor to see the distant scenery from all sides.
Finally, I arrived in the capital and experienced a Canadian train. It was a bit like the Harry Potter Central Railway Station arrived in Ottawa after six hours. The famous Parliament Hill. The Capitol was first built in 1859, but unfortunately the magnificent building was destroyed in a fire in 1916; it was rebuilt and completed in 1922. In the center of the Capitol stands the famous Peace Tower, which is 90 meters high. It is known as the most exquisite Gothic building in the world. Surrounded by the Supreme Court, the Senate and other institutions. Every summer on the lawn There will be a British-style job change ceremony. La la
The Canadian Parliament is located in Ottawa, the capital of Canada. Its architectural style is copper-roofed stone Gothic architecture. It has a large area and looks magnificent from afar. The Evergreen Fire on the Plaza is said to have been built to celebrate the founding of Canada and never extinguished. There are many sculptures and the works of the Queen of England. Behind them, you can see the Ottawa River with beautiful scenery. The Capitol Building is accessible.
When you enter Ottawa Capitol Hill, you can see three wonderful scenery of Capitol Hill. There's a very good view of Gatinaux behind the center. The fireworks on Capitol Hill are neat. I want to visit Capitol Hill, but if you happen to be in downtown Ottawa, it's worth stopping. I think the guards on Capitol Hill will change a few days a week. If you want to find a good place, check your schedule and come early.