If you read my blog or my FB timeline, you must know I just had a reunion with my College classmates in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada in early July. One of the places we toured was the Legislative Building.
The Legislative Building, constructed from 1908-1912, stands majestically on the shores of Regina's Wascana Lake.
The exterior walls are faced with the cream-coloured tyndall limestone from Manitoba.
Of course my classmates and I had to have a group picture taken, proof that we were there and of our bonding together.
Inside the building, there are 34 different types of marbles.
I was very impressed with their enormous library.
Not only is the building really grand, the landscaping is amazing.
Legislative Chamber where the Assembly meets. It can accomodate well over 100 members although it has never expanded to over 66 and has been fixed to 55 members since 1995
Look at all the different types of marbles.
Across the building is the gorgeous Queen Elizabeth II Garden.
Of course there were Canadian gueese in the lake, which borders the garden.
Lots of them!
View of the Legislative Building from Wascana Park.
Thank you so much for stopping by. I am missing my classmates already and it will be more than a year before we all meet again and I am so looking forward to it.
I am also very thankful to the hostesses who make these memes fun and possible.
Oh the Places I've Been
Kathryn at Make it Pretty Monday