The tallest part of this vast building is the slender 75m (245ft) tall flèche above the Great Hall, which is 73m (240ft) long by 24m (80ft) high.
As well as the central flèche, the building also features tall clock towers at the southeastern and northeastern corners, the tallest of which rises to 49m (160ft) and is surmounted by a tall flagpole.
The Royal Courts clock, located above Fleet Street on the southeastern clock tower, is one of only eight 'Janus' clocks in Europe, having a double face.
The building is constructed from around 35 million bricks and has 1,000 rooms accessed by three-and-a-half miles of corridors.
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