A nationally registered, tangible cultural property
Completed in 1924 to commemorate the city status of Koriyama City in 1924. Simulating a drawing of the Hague Peace Palace in the Netherlands, it has a continuous semicircular arched colonnade, window sills, a tower that emphasizes it’s height via a long glass surface installed in the corner of the frame; all carefully designed with raised and lowered windows. It is popular as a symbol of Koriyama City and is still used today for concerts.
Address is Koriyama City, Fukushima Prefecture, Japan https://goo.gl/maps/VxsWYHZBptg7jzju6
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