Quebec Capitol... Located in the old city of Quebec, Quebec, Canada. The eight-storey building was built in 1877. The front square also has a fountain and a bronze statue of Louis 14. There are many restaurants and shops around it. It is a good place for people to relax in the old city.
The Capitol is composed of three Gothic buildings, divided into the Central District, the East District and the West District. It is the seat of the Canadian Government and the Senate. The Capitol Building is the central symbol of Canada. The Maple Leaf flag fluttering in the wind on the bell tower and a series of stone copper-roofed Gothic buildings along the Ottawa River stand resolutely, symbolizing the indomitable spirit of the Canadian celebrities.
There are three large buildings in the Capitol building, which are being repaired on the West side. The Capitol is next to the Ottawa River. The bridge across the river is Quebec. Quebec has many European-style buildings with such a long history. They are free for visitors to enter the Capitol Building and climb up to overlook the panorama. It's really beautiful. Essence is basically in the city center, beautiful buildings, beautiful scenery, feel good!
The Quebec Parliament Building is a typical representative of Quebec City's Second Empire style architecture, with statues commemorating the great figures in Quebec's history. There are free visits, luxurious interior decoration, and a lot of oil paintings reflecting the historical events here.
The Quebec Capitol is in the old town of Quebec. I remember walking along a path of old buildings and passing through a city gate. There should be more local residents on this side. Unlike the scenic spots and hotels in front, the Capitol is very beautiful in appearance and there is a fountain in front of it.
Walking north from Grand Avenue, on the hill of Parliament on the left stands a magnificent Second Imperial building, which is the Capitol Building where the Quebec Provincial Council is located. Built in 1877 and completed in 1886, the building exhibits an exquisite French Renaissance style and has a magnificent appearance similar to that of Versailles Palace in Europe, which is very attractive. There are 22 bronze statues on the front of the building to commemorate those who have made outstanding contributions in Quebec's history. The building was being repaired when we went, but it was still magnificent.
Beautiful Quebec Capitol! Enjoy the European Style! And fountain square!
It's a pity that I didn't go in. It's very beautiful from a distance. There is an iron fountain in the middle of the square.