The new building is a modern classic of architecture. It is both esthetically pleasing and functional. A window in the back wall allows anyone who walks in to observe the proceedings of the court. Unfortunately, you are not allowed to photograph inside the building while the court is in session. So, if you're a civics buff, visit while court is in session; if you're a photographer, visit while court isn't in session.
Either way, you can visit the restored old Supreme Court building next door. Both artistically and historically, this building is worth a visit.
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