Palace of Justice

Palace of Justice may refer to:

Places
  • Justizpalast (Munich, Germany)
  • Law Courts of Brussels also known as Justitiepaleis van Brussel in Dutch and Palais de Justice de Bruxelles in French
  • Palace of Justice (Bucharest)
  • Palace of Justice (Malaysia)
  • Justizpalast (Nuremberg, Germany)
  • Palace of Justice (Peru)
  • Palace of Justice (Rome)
  • Palace of Justice (Vienna) in Vienna, Austria
  • Palace of Justice (Colombia)
  • Palais de justice de MontrĂ©al
  • Palais de Justice, Luxembourg, the home of the European Court of Justice
  • Palais de Justice, Paris
  • Royal Courts of Justice, London
  • Former Palace of Justice, Douala
Events
  • Palace of Justice siege, siege of the Colombian Palace of Justice

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Palace Of Justice, Cluj-Napoca
... The Palace of Justice in Cluj-Napoca, on Dorobanţilor Street, no.2, is an eclectic structure, built between 1898 and 1902, after the plans of the association Epitotarsasag ... The Palace, with a total area of 19,950 m2 (214,700 sq ft), was projected by the architect Gyula Wagner ... ensemble in Avram Iancu Square, together with the Romanian Opera, the CFR Palace, the Palace of the Prefecture, the Palace of Finance and the Palace of the Orthodox Metropolis ...

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    Justice is rather the activity of truth, than a virtue in itself. Truth tells us what is due to others, and justice renders that due. Injustice is acting a lie.
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