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Sadly, some of those once beautiful buildings lie in ruins, still waiting for rebuilding and repairs.
Still, they can still be appreciated for what they once were, hoping they'd soon be restored to their original beauty.
Sadly our beautiful provincial buildings do not exist now...my visit was to pass by and look at the devastation that had occurred following the earthquakes in Christchurch. Sadly the very magnificent provincial buildings were significantly damaged. we hope there can be restoration but damage is...More
Along with the botanical gardens, the Avon river and the cathedral, these were already on my list of things I wanted to do. We arrived there about 10.00am on a weekday and spent around one hour and we were the only ones there. The caretaker/guide/historian...More
The Canterbury Provincial Buildings were the seat of the Canterbury provincial government until the provinces were abolished in 1876. They are a stone and timber complex situated by the Avon River in the city centre. Some of it is given over to offices, but visitors...More