Victoria City Hall is a two-and-a-half brick building famously built in the Second Empire Style. In 1977 it was formally recognized as a National Historic Site of Canada because it epitomizes Canada's historic expressions of civic pride and optimism for the future as one of the only building that remains in western Canada in this architectural style. Onlookers can note the key architectural elements such as the central clock tower, decorative wall features, and mansard roof with dormers, or one can go inside and gain access to the document library or visit the newsroom for media releases and Street Fax updates.
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