As a previous reviewer said, it's nothing to write home about. He's right in the sense that it's not an imposing group of buildings, nor remarkable for its architecture as parliament buildings in Europe might be. But it is attractive in its simplicity and its clean lines and its tropical coloring. It reflects the British colonial influence and the pride of the Bahamians. We didn't go inside (I don't know whether we could have), but we took a few minutes to walk around the plaza to admire the buildings and to more closely view the statue of Queen Victoria.
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