Metcalfe Hall was built between 1840-44 according to the design prepared
by the city magistrate, C.K. Robinson. The western facade of the building
makes it apparent that it was inspired by the Tower of Winds in Athens.
This architectural showpiece is reflective of the imperial aspirations
of the Britishers at beginning of the nineteenth century.
Administrative and Judicial Buildings
General Post Office
Meeting Places and Old Neighbourhoods
Museums and Monuments
Sports Arena and Clubs