City Hall Guyana


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City Hall Guyana Pen and Ink on Paper. By prominent award-winning Guyanese Artist Kenton Wyatt known for his exquisite rendering of Old traditional Guyanese heritage buildings.

This building has been described as one of the finest examples of Gothic Architecture in the Caribbean. Dimensions – 27.1m long, 17.4m wide, 29.3m high.

Built 1887 – 1889, the building is a translation in wood (with cast-iron columns) of what is described as “fancy dress” Gothic, complete with a steeply pitched roof, spire, pinnacles and ornamental wrought iron crenellation. Next to the adjoining building can be seen a monument of Queen Victoria. This statue has since been returned to its original location in front of the Victoria Law Courts. (UNESCO World Heritage Centre)



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