Parliament Bldg, Georgetown

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Government Building · Architectural Building
Marvel at an outstanding example of Renaissance architecture by visiting Parliament Bldg, completed in 1834. Featuring a foundation made of greenheart wood, this is one of two buildings in Georgetown featuring a dome. Go to the parliamentary chamber, located in the east wing of the building, to observe mahogany-covered walls and greenheart floors, an elaborately carved speaker's chair, and paintings of Guyana's first president. Make Parliament Bldg a part of your Georgetown vacation plans using our Georgetown trip site.
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  • The maybe grandest building in Georgetown and one of its best kept can usually not be visited, just admired from outside, from behind a tall iron fence. There is an information board about it, as is.....  more »
  • Interesting It was worth going into the garden to see this building close up. There were several canons in the garden. The building has a Neoclassical style.  more »

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