What a gorgeous building! Was this photo taken in the summer, or does it just look warm?
This comes at a good time for me, Judy--I can direct my students to this post as an example of Gothic Revival architecture on this side of the pond. Thanks!
Thanks. I am glad you read it that way! I think your header is most impressive - I am very fond of lilac!
Impressive is right! Loved it!
Great choice for Skywatch Judy. What a beautiful building!I like your new header:)
Great neo-gothic building. Many town halls in the UK look like this, especially the Manchester Town Hall (although it's probably much smaller).
Beautiful building and what a crisp blue sky!
Beautiful building and beautiful blue sky!
Wonderful architecture, beautiful blue sky. I also got the impression that it was warm when these photos were taken. Sigh.
A very impressive building. The main tower really stands out against that gorgeous blue sky. I love the perspective on your last photo.Judy
Such a majestic looking building with that perfect blue sky background! Great photos!
What a beautiful blue sky above this very impressive building.
Thanks for filling me in on the history, Judy. It's rather interesting that it took a fire to generate the architecture--sort of like Chicago, in a way, but more like London. It took a fire to build the new Palaces of Westminster in Gothic style, too. I love the paths Skywatch Friday leads us down . . .
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