The construction of the Parliament Building in the City of Regina, Saskatchewan first started in 1908 but was not completed until 1912. Today, this historic building is beautiful especially during the hours at dusk. The illumination of the lights shows off the "Beaux Arts" architecture of the Parliament Building attracting thousands of visitors every year who come to the City of Regina.
The dome tower which rises to 53 meters and watches over the surrounding area, has the brightest illumination as the lights reflect upwards towards the dome. A softer glow highlights the rest of the Parliament Building, this historic building being one of the most important landmarks in the City of Regina, Saskatchewan.
The Queen Elizabeth II Gardens and the equestrian statue also become illuminated at dusk, making this a picturesque place to stroll on a warm, summer evening. Tours around the Parliament Building are available throughout the day, but the gardens are always open to the public.... continue below the picture...
The dusk and night illumination of the Parliament Building in the City of Regina, Saskatchewan are the best times to see the beauty of this historic building stand out.
Legislative Building at dusk in the City of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.