The Royal Courts of Justice building holds the High Court and the Court of Appeal, two of the highest courts in the United Kingdom, where civil cases are heard

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Royal Courts of Justice, London

The Royal Courts of Justice building holds the High Court and the Court of Appeal, two of the highest courts in the United Kingdom, where civil cases are heard.

The Royal Courts of Justice building holds the High Court and the Court of Appeal, two of the highest courts in the United Kingdom, where civil cases are heard. Trials are open to the public, but tourists would probably be more interested in seeing the impressive entrance hall, the exhibition of legal costumes, and admiring the stunning Victorian Gothic exterior of Portland stone with elegant spires.


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About Royal Courts of Justice

 Strand

 +44 845 456877

 www.hmcourts-service.gov.uk

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