Old Bailey Street 양쪽에 건물이있는 런던의 오래된 거리는 매우 오래되어 사진 촬영에 적합하다는 것을 알 수 있습니다.
The most notorious criminal court in England and Wales - the UK doesn't have a single judicial system, so Scotland and Northern Ireland have their own equivalents. This is where many of the countries' infamous trials have taken place: from acid bath murderers to East End gansters. But there's lots of less salacious business in betwen. The present site has been rebuilt several times between 1674 and 1913. Interestingly, little has changed with the design of the court rooms themselves, which continue to be arranged theatrically (some might say archaically) for the sparring match between the prosecution and the accused. Any member of the public may attend a trial (min age 14) and you can find a listing of upcoming hearings here: http://www.thelawpages.com/court-hearings-lists/Central-Criminal-Court.php - just don't expect it to read like the description on a TV guide!
I have yet to be inside, but this is the view I have from my office each morning!
This was fun to see - we went into the courts to observe an actual case. It was free and just like Law & Order BBC, the wigs and everything. You can't take anything with you inside (cell phones, bags etc.) so we went in separately. If you have the time to wait it is a worthwhile experience.