The New Parliament House was built in stages from 1874 to 1939 to replace the smaller and simpler Old Parliament House of 1843 which todays houses the Constitution Museum

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Adelaide Parliament House, Adelaide

The New Parliament House was built in stages from 1874 to 1939 to replace the smaller and simpler Old Parliament House of 1843 which todays houses the Constitution Museum.

The New Parliament House was built in stages from 1874 to 1939 to replace the smaller and simpler Old Parliament House of 1843 which todays houses the Constitution Museum. The statue in front of the Greek Revival new building has the Lion from the Royal Coat of Arms of the Westminster Houses Of Parliament in London.


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