Tuesday, September 1, 2015

The Stanley Mosk Building

The Court Room of the California Supreme Court and U.S Third District Court of Appeals
While I was in Sacramento (California's State Capitol), I went inside the Stanley Mosk Library and Courts Building and it was beautiful. The building houses the California Supreme Court, the U.S. Third District Court of Appeals and the California State Library. The outside and the inside were stunning:



The Stanley Mosk Building


The marble staircase









A statue done by Maynard Jackson

A statue of Judge Mosk
The Stanley Mosk Building is beautiful and one of the nicest state buildings I have ever been in.

28 comments:

  1. Such and amazing place with all the intricate art work, thank you for sharing!!!

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  2. What a lovely place I love seeing these type of buildings :-)

    Have a quainttastic week :-)

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  3. Love the architecture! Come to B@M and join us in learning more about blogging! Would love to meet you in person. Vegas in April 2016!

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  4. What a beautiful building. I love the artwork too. Have a terrific week.

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  5. I love exploring buildings like that!

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  6. Beautiful. I love the tiles and the marble staircase is gorgeous!

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  7. Such a pretty building. I love buildings that are built with class.

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  8. That's one good looking building.

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  9. Very cool shots!
    Thank you for linking up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/08/strange-visitors-in-garden.html

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  10. Cool! My favorite photos are the mosaics... and the marble water fountain! ;P Such luxury! Found you via Country Fair link-up.

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  11. Lovely pictures, thanks for stopping by :)

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  12. I love visiting beautiful places. Thanks for sharing. #OMHGWW

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  13. That is indeed a beautiful building. I'll have to check it out next time I'm in Sacramento.

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  14. Magnificent!
    Thank you for linking up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2015/08/strange-visitors-in-garden.html

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  15. YOu always get the best part! You know what bits to take photos of and I love those paneled wall!

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  16. that is so beautiful - I love all the marble inside :)

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  17. Lots of interesting mosaics and murals in the building, thanks for sharing.

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  18. beautiful building. I can't get past those marble stairs!!! I just want to run up and down them. gorgeous.

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  19. That is so beautiful and interesting!

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  20. This was when architecture was still classy. Some of these modern monstrosities can be really weird.

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  21. Patrick, you always go to the most interesting places. Ahhhhh if walls could talk huh? All I know is if I ever come to California I want YOU to show me around. This is the greatest place ever. Hmmm seems to me I've said that before on your blog. Thanks for stopping by! YOUR THE GREATEST! Me being a retired paralegal I really loved my work this is really interesting tome. HUGS

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  22. Great photos! That staircase is amazing! Thanks for linking up!

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  23. What an impressive building. I love the marble. Thanks for linking up and sharing your experience with us at #WednesdaysWisdom

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  24. As a Historian, I LOVE seeing all the beautiful pictures. Thank you for letting me travel through your eyes. You are being featured this week on the (mis)Adventures Mondays Blog Hop.

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  25. What a beautiful building! Love the history. Thanks for sharing with the #BlogFair.

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  26. You and my daughter are probably kindred spirits. She finally jumped in and started an Instagram page documenting the amazing city she lives in, and your post and photos remind me of her! Thanks for sharing with us over at Country Fair Blog Party, I do look forward to seeing what your next adventure is in our October Link up! Jan @ Tip Garden

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