As we explored the bistros and interesting small shops in Ventura on foot, we were drawn to the City hall: an imposing "beaux-arts" style 1912 white structure, located above the shopping district on Poli Street. Twenty four faces of Fransiscan padres adorn the facade and murals and other artwork line the interior walls. The second floor City Council Chamber features three stained glass domes and lovely views of the Pacific Ocean in the distance. In front of the City Hall is bronze statue of Padre Junipero Serra.
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