Welcome to 30 Days of Photos, where 16 bloggers are participating in posting a photo a day for 30 days. Here are the other 15 you can visit after you've been here:
Ziva, Mike, Nicky & Mike, Mo, Meleah, Bryan, Mariann, Malissa, Nora, Laughing Mom, Tanya, Elizabeth, 00dozo, Cheryl and Kristen
This edifice was constructed in 1890 on Ottawa's Elgin Street, within walking distance of Parliament Hill.
It's called the Central Chambers Building and is a Canadian national historic site because it's an example of the Queen Anne Revival Style of architecture. It was the first Ottawa building with an electrical elevator.
The building originally housed the offices of the Canadian Atlantic Railway and the Ottawa and Gatineau Valley Railway. Now it is home to the National Capital Commission.