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Houses of Parliament

imenica
/ ˈhaʊzɪz əv ˈpɑːrləmənt /

Definicija:

Building where the UK legislative assembly meets. The present Houses of Parliament in London, designed in Gothic Revival style by the architects Charles Barry and A W Pugin, were built 1840–60, the previous building having burned down 1834. It incorporates portions of the medieval Palace of Westminster.
The Commons debating chamber was destroyed by incendiary bombs 1941: the rebuilt chamber (opened 1950) is the work of architect Giles Gilbert Scott and preserves its former character.

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08.10.2022.