The final classical structure built in the city area, the neoclassical Supreme Court was designed by municipal architect Dorrington Ward sometime between 1937 and 1939. One of the finest buildings of the British era, it is characterized by Corinthian pillars, Georgian windows and an imposing green dome. Also of architectural interest are the allegorical sculptures by Italian Calvalieri Rodolfo Nolli. The Supreme Court's internal grounds are not open to public. Check website for more details.
Attractions & Landmarks
- Nearest Train: City Hall Station