The view in this picture of the Grand Staircase in the Legislative Building in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba shows the elegant architecture, the interior design and the beauty of the three flights of stairs. On either side of the Grand Staircase, two American Bison statues symbolize the herds which once roamed across the prairies of Manitoba.
A perfectly measured square room displays some of the finest architecture throughout the City of Winnipeg as the brown-veined Carrara marble staircase leads to the floors above. The second floor balcony has lamps which rise from the balustrades with stone panels resembling the Union Jack just below the railings.
The third floor is held up by columns which are copies of the caryatides found in the Porch of Maidens in the Erechtheum of Athens, Greece. ... continue below the picture...
... The sunlight glistens through the beauty of the fine designed roof which reflects off the pastel colors decorating the surrounding architecture of the roof.
The Grand Staircase in the Legislative Building in the City of Winnipeg, Manitoba is a unique section to see while touring this architectural masterpiece. The view of the Grand Staircase and its surroundings is amazing from any point around this room.
The Grand Staircase of the Legislative Building flanked on each side by life sized bronze statues of two North American Bison, City of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.