Stock Photo Description: The U.S. Supreme Court Building in Washington, D.C. was built in 1935 of Vermont Marble (exterior), and rises four stories above the terrace. The Supreme Court building's classical Corinthian architectural style has eight elegant Corinthian columns on the east facade (entrance). The early morning light bathes the facade and columns with a golden richness. These photos (see "Similar Photos" below) of the Supreme Court building's facade are often used to illustrate our country's law / judicial system, and have even been use to illustrate "strength" and "stability" in the financial and banking industry! Chiseled into the front facade are the words, "EQUAL JUSTICE UNDER LAW". You can also ORDER PRINTS, POSTERS, APPAREL, greeting cards and gifts items of this image, directly from the artist, at reasonable prices.
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