Saskatchewan Legislative Building: Regina

Wascana Park

Saskatchewan Legislative Building: Regina
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  Located at 2405 Legislative Drive , on the south side of the lake, south east of Albert Street.

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Completed in 1912
Designed by: E. and W.S. Maxwell from Montreal
Building Exterior: Manitoba Tyndall Stone
Thirty-four types of marble
"The main stairway is made of veined marble from Philipsburg, Quebec. The marble on the walls is from Italy, and that used for the floor is from Vermont. The marble used for the baseboards and the bases of the pillars came from Ireland; the pillars and columns themselves were quarried on the Island of Cyprus."

(Info from The Origins and Development of Wascana Centre by W.A. Riddell)

Length: 165 metres
Width:  85 metres
Black Dome: 56 metres
Occupies: 67 hectares of land

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(Unless otherwise indicated, photos by Don of

March 2010 From West Oct. 2005 From West 2002 Jan. From Wascana Place 2001 Front   2001 May From Willow Island   2001 Sept. From Willow Island   2001 Sept. From East