These photos were taken as part of my search for
street lamps for City Daily Photo's Theme Day earlier this month.
I didn't use these shots then so here they are now.
This Tudor-style listed building is headquarters for
Coventry's local government. It was built in the early 20th century.
The Council House was officially opened on June 11, 1920
by King George VI (then Duke of York).
In the photo above, you can see the Coventry Cathedral Spire.
Below is a nice touch. Years ago, I loaned them an American flag.
Looks like they have their own now :).
Participating in Our World Tuesday.