Sites of Parliament
Parliaments in past and present.
The connection belongs to Constructions connections.
- Brasilia: Brasilia National Congress Building designed by Niemeyer. Houses the Senate and the Chamber of Deputies
- Bridgetown: Parliament of Barbados
- City of Luxembourg: Hotel de la Chambre des Députés, Luxembourgian Parliament
- Edinburgh: Scottish Parliament at Holyrood
- Florence: The Salone del Cinquecento at the Palazzo Vecchio served as the first parliament of unified Italy before the capital was moved to Rome
- Independence Hall: Congress Hall, part of inscribed WHS Independence Hall was used as the United State Congress from 1790-1800
- Mudejar Architecture of Aragon: Aragon parliament at the Aljaferia in Zaragoza.
- Old City of Berne: Federal Palace of Switzerland
- Ouro Preto: Parliament House
- Paramaribo Link
- Paris, Banks of the Seine: Palais Bourbon, seat of the French National Assembly
- Prague: Valdstejn Palace (Czech Senate) and some buildings in the Lesser Town
- Rabat: Parliament building Link
- Regensburg: Regensburg was the regular meeting place of the permanent Imperial Diet (1663-1806)
- Residences of the Royal House of Savoy: Carignano Palace Italian Parliament 1861-1864
- Rome: Madama palace (Italian Senate) and Montecitorio palace (Italian Chamber of Deputies)
- Royal Exhibition Building: 1st Parliament of Australia 9 May 1901
- San Marino and Mount Titano: Consiglio Grande e Generale, Parliament of San Marino
- St. Kilda Link
- Valletta: Grandmaster's Palace in Valletta is Malta Parliament
- Vienna: Austrian Parliament
- White City of Tel-Aviv: The Independence Hall was the temporery seat of the Israeli parliament until the construction of the current Kneset in Jerusalem was completed.
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