5 thoughts on “Photo of the day #118

    1. Thank you, Carlos. It is in fact a very interesting building. It doesn’t show in the frame, but both sidewings of the building are very modern glass and steel constructions, creating quite a contrast to the classical midsection.

    1. I was wondering too and did some research. As far as I know the building itself is made of sandstone, like so many other classical and official buildings of that era.
      What appears like a wall in the picture is a monument made of a number of stacked blocks. The whole monument looks quite like an early history crypt. Inside is a sculpture of a dead soldier. The monument was created in 1924 in memory of all the dead soldiers of World War I.

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