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Part 12 - Virtual Tour of the Legislative Chamber


The chamber interior reflects the taste of the late Victorians. The hand-blocked frieze, at the point where the chamber walls meet the ceiling, features the Anthemion leaf motif and is colored in red-based tones with accents of olive, cream, metallic gold and copper, representing the influence of ancient Greece. The mid-point border is a Greek key design widely used in Victorian buildings and found in historical photographs of this room. This motif is also repeated on the pilasters of the vestibule and hallway. Visit the upper chamber or the lower chamber.

(To view Quicktime video, you need a Quicktime Virtual Reality Player. Then, use your mouse to explore the rooms. Your Shift Key allows you to zoom and see objects closer, and your Control Key allows you to zoom back.)


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