It's a beautiful historic building, worth visiting to appreciate every detail. A must if you appreciate architecture.
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This is a very imposing building even from the outside, but the real interest lies in the interior. If you want to see it, you will have to make sure you're here on a week day and can take a tour. It's closed at weekends...More
Our guide in portuguese was lovely Mabel who showed us around explaining all about this gorgeous building. The inside is stunning and the library will give you Harry Potter feels. All the different colors of marble will leave you breathless. It's interesting seeing the politics...More
Construction started at beginning of 1900, inauguration in 1925, now a monumental place. Best parliament building, great photos, best place if you want to lose your steps in the ''Pasos perdidos'' chamber and others. Be impressed by the surroundings of the beautiful materials and the...More
This is an enormous structure with interesting and ornate decors. Its construction started in 1904, designed by architects V. Meano and G. Moretti. The sculptor, J. Bellini created numerous allegorical sculptures to the building. The guide mentioned that the interior is made of marble. We...More
Such a beautiful place. If you want to go to Uruguay, you need to go to this place. You can take a lot of beautiful pictures there.
The Palacio Legislativo was inaugurated on Aug. 24, 1925, this coincided with the centennial of the country’s Declaration of Independence. In 1975, the Legislative Palace was declared a National Historic Monument. The impressive palace was designed in a neoclassical style; no expense was spared in...More
Amazing that in today's world of political insecurity it is still possible to walk into a national parlement and take photo's freely! The most difficult part of the visit is to get parking, but apart from a few policemen standing about and the official serimonial...More
I was taken here on a tour of the city and was fortunate enough then to join a tour of the building. It is a fine building to visit both inside and out but sadly we did not get into the actual legislative chambers.