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Supreme Court Building

Nassau, New Providence Island
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Court in the Act

The Supreme Court building is amongst a number of buildings sign posted as the Judicial Complex... read more

Reviewed 19 June 2016
seagullrob
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Brisbane, Queensland
The judicial complex has several buildings that serve the Supreme Court

Well worth a visit, especially as part of a walking tour, or a visit to the Matisse... read more

Reviewed 10 June 2015
David G
,
Boca Raton, Florida
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This structure, erected in 1994, is an example of typical British colonial architecture.
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18 Jun 2016
“Court in the Act”
9 Jun 2015
“The judicial complex has several buildings that serve the Supreme Court”
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Reviewed 19 June 2016

The Supreme Court building is amongst a number of buildings sign posted as the Judicial Complex, and is adjacent to other Government buildings such as Parliament House (also identified as Parliament Square). I saw handcuffed prisoners loaded onto a bus. All of these Government buildings...More

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Reviewed 10 June 2015

Well worth a visit, especially as part of a walking tour, or a visit to the Matisse restaurant. The complex also features the Cenotaph, just behind the main building

Thank David G
Reviewed 31 July 2013

a great building right in the center of Nassau, saw always only the outside that is very decent kept but imagine the inside should also be nice

Thank winecliff
Reviewed 26 April 2010

We walked by the Supreme Court Building on the way back to Bay Street after visiting the Queen's Staircase, Water Tower and Fort Fincastle. There wasn't much to see. It was just a building. Admittedly, I didn't try to go inside so there may be...More

Thank wmubrad21
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