Winnipeg Law Courts - Stock image

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Stock photo ID:176052750
Upload date:August 08, 2013

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'The Manitoba Law Courts building is situated across Broadway from the Manitoba Legislature building. The Law Courts actually consists of several buildings.V.W. Horwood is credited with the final plans for the building, however the original architect was Samuel Hooper, the provincial architect from 1904 until his death in 1911. V.W. Horwood, the assistant provincial architect, had succeeded Hooper as provincial architect. The overcharging scandal involving the building of the Manitoba Legislature involved the same contractor that was to build both the legislature and the law courts. Horwood was replaced after this incident and the new provincial architect was John D. Atchison who oversaw construction until the buildingaas completion in 1916.One of the main facade features a broken pediment bearing the coat of arms while the other facade has an entrance reached by a long flight of steps. The main entrance is on the corner underneath the cupola.This Image was taken on a tripod for Max depth of field and quality.'
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