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World’s Most Beautiful Government Buildings

From The Hague to the Imperial Palace in Beijing, mankind has a history of erecting some of its most stunning buildings as places that house governments. Whether it be a simple state house in the heart of America or an elaborate castle maze overlooking Prague, there is no end to the types and styles of beautiful buildings that house the governments of the world.

 

BUDAPEST

Hungarian National Parliament, Budapest

 

Wellington

The Beehive at New Zealand Parliament Buildings, Wellington

 

Massachusetts

Massachusetts State House, Boston

 

Parliament, London

Houses of Parliament, London

 

China's Forbidden City

China’s Forbidden City, Beijing

 

Bucharest, Romania

Palace of the Parliament (Casa Poporului), Bucharest, Romania

 

British Columbia

British Columbia Parliament Buildings, Victoria, Canada

 

Singapore

Old and New Parliament Houses, Singapore

 

Bulgarian Parliament

Bulgarian Parliament Building, Sofia

 

Brussels, Belgium

Seat of the European Union, Brussels, Belgium

 

Australia

Parliament House, Canberra, Australia

 

Canadian Parliament, Ottawa

Canadian Parliament, Ottawa

 

Parliament of Fiji

Parliament of Fiji

 

German Bundestag--1

German Bundestag, Berlin

 

United States Capitol--2

United States Capitol Building, Washington D.C.

 

Photo by Adam Burt

Finnish National Parliament, Helsinki

 

Photo by ricardomoraleida

Congresso Nacional, Brasília

 

Korea, Seoul--4

National Assembly of South Korea, Seoul

 

Building, New Delhi--5

Secretariat Building, New Delhi, India

 

The Hague, Netherlands--6

Parliament Building, The Hague, Netherlands

 

10 thoughts on “World’s Most Beautiful Government Buildings

  1. Mark

    great photos. can i ask where stormount is. it once of the nicest parliament buildings ive ever seen.

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  2. Anonymous

    many of these buildings are wrong. the parliament of fiji, the us capitol, the canadian parliament are wrong. also please include a view of the hungarian parliament from across the river danube so it can be seen in its splendor

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