Architectural Buildings in Wellington

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Architectural Buildings in Wellington

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  • flyingeagle2223
    Dunedin, New Zealand317 contributions
    I did run out of time to view the inside of this church but loved the outside all the same, next time I return to Wellington I plan to visit again and take a look around the inside :)
    Written 9 July 2021
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  • Naina-Damani
    London, UK1,032 contributions
    It is located on Lambton Quay in Wellington and it is one of the largest wooden building in the Southern Hemisphere. The Law Faculty of University of Wellington occupies most of the building.
    Written 2 December 2020
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  • Peter C
    Wellington, New Zealand626 contributions
    Premier House is the official residence of the Prime Minister of New Zealand. It sits on 1.5ha of land. We visited during an Open Day celebrating 150 years of Wellington becoming the capital city of New Zealand and we were able to visit all rooms except those occupied by the Prime Minister. The house has an "interesting" history having been cobbled together from four separate buildings. The house has been used a dental clinic, child-care entre and the setting for a variety of social functions. There is some nice furniture and the garden is very good. Premier House does not have magnificence of many other "older" Wellington buildings.
    Written 27 July 2015
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  • Janine B
    Brisbane, Australia50 contributions
    This image is a photo of the chapel built by the side of Sexton's Cottage. It is a lovely example of the style used 100yrs ago. It is nestled on the fringe of the Wellington Botanical Gardens and well worth a stroll by. The cottage is very cute and makes a great photo too.
    Written 23 April 2016
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  • KayScarlet
    Wellington, New Zealand1 contribution
    This picture is the "Beehive" workplace of New Zealand's Government Ministers. Elliott House is a red brick building waiting for a new owner to complete earthquake strengthening.
    Written 8 April 2015
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