Supreme Court of Belize

Supreme Court of Belize, Belize City

Supreme Court of Belize
3.5
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Newlyweds2
Edmonton8 contributions
Mar 2019
We were on an excursion with Princess Cruises in Belize City in an open-trolley. The culture and history of this old city was alive and vibrant as were the people. We marvelled at the condition of the buildings, including the Supreme Court of Belize as we drove by, since it is subject to the wind, rain and heat that abounds in the Caribbean.
Written February 12, 2020
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KANewYork
New York City, NY3,592 contributions
Jan 2017 • Couples
This is one of the more impressive buildings I saw in Belize city. Symmetrical building with an impressive set of splitting stairs in front. You can walk in and see some parts of it. There are signs where you aren't allowed in. Very close to the Swing Bridge.
Written January 9, 2017
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The World is My Oyster
Orlando, FL19,313 contributions
Jul 2018 • Friends
Drove by it a few times and thought it was a pretty old colonial style building. Definitely needs some freshen up though.
Written July 11, 2018
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TexasTravelers3423
Missouri City, TX71 contributions
Apr 2017
On our carriage tour we drove by the building, but did not get out. The photo we took look just like this.
Written April 11, 2017
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Jarko2015
Amsterdam, The Netherlands1,743 contributions
Nov 2016 • Solo
Looking like a colonial mansion, the court building is one of the oldest and most stylish. Well worth stopping by for a photo op if you're strolling through the town centre.
Written November 17, 2016
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B1714D
Belgrade, Serbia11,396 contributions
Jan 2020
This colonial style Supreme Court bldg is one of only two buildings worth seeing in Belize's major city.
It stands at the beginning of the main Albert St, while the other one - the St. John's Church is at its end.
However, it's just a quick photo stop and nothing more.
Written March 3, 2020
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The_Concierge_8
Trinidad and Tobago3,242 contributions
Apr 2019
This is probably the most recognisable landmark in the city. It is a grand and beautiful lady with intricate wrought iron works in its railings and central clock tower.

Definitely worth a stop! Would make the loveliest background for wedding photos standing on the central staircase!

If you’re on a tour or with a taxi just ask to drive past to have a closer look. It is one of the few colonial era buildings that survives in decent condition.
Written September 10, 2019
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r0landbrunner
Zurich, Switzerland1,697 contributions
Dec 2018 • Couples
located downtown Belize CIty, the Supreme Court with its bell tower is probably the nicest building in the city. sure worth a picture.
Written December 31, 2018
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Paulomen
Sao Paulo, SP109 contributions
Apr 2018 • Solo
Very beautiful building, not well conserved, but very peculiar. It is a pity that you cannot visit inside even if there is no court session happening. In other places you can.... The board of tourism must work on that.
Written April 13, 2018
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Keita I
Raleigh, NC47 contributions
Mar 2018
Ladies and Gentlemen, if you have a curious mind, go visit the Supreme Court of Belize - And see a piece of history from colonial times that is STILL BEING USED as a functional couthouse! Be prepared to step into history - read up on the history of Belize from Mayan times to the present - its entanglements with Guatemala, Mexico, Great Britain, and Spain. It's incredibly fascinating story that really needs to be explored. Belizean story is considerably different from Jamaica, Barbados, and the socio-economic dynamics of these countries. Come, learn about Belize, love the food and love the people. Belize has lots to offer. And you can start here, at the Supreme Court of Belize, look out into the ocean, and imagine the ships and the people that have come and gone.
Written March 27, 2018
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