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“The Place of Power” 3 of 5 bubbles
Review of Cabinet Building and Senate Chamber

Cabinet Building and Senate Chamber
Ranked #33 of 60 things to do in Hamilton
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Owner description: World leaders like Winston Churchill, US President Eisenhower and Queen Elizabeth have all set foot inside this historic building: now, so can you.
Hamilton, Bermuda
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“The Place of Power”
3 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 2 March 2012

If you find politics interesting then you might find this place where the politicians meet to create a lot of hot air also interesting. Frankly I find the architecture to be the best thing about this whole building. There are some sculptures and memorials on the grounds of the Senate Building.

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Guernsey, United Kingdom
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“Friday assembly debates: Democracy with 18th century wigs”
4 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 27 July 2011

Bermuda's House of Assembly (the large building on Parliament Street) meets on Fridays (with break from 12:30-2:00 for lunch). It is worthwhile to spend 10 minutes in the visitors' gallery to see the speaker with his ceremonial wig and mace, and view the British imperial symbolism and architecture. At the eastern door is the Bermuda Supreme Court, where the judges and lawyers wear robes and wigs in the British tradition. It's free to visit.

Visited July 2011
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