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The supreme court of justice is a court where the 9 supreme justices of the U.S.A work. The 9 supreme justices are John G. Roberts, John Paul Stevens, Antonin Scalia, Anthony Kennedy, David Souter, Clarence Thomas, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, and Samuel Alito. The architect of the Supreme Court was Cass Gilbert and started it in 1932.It has 16 marble columns in the west main entrance, and the doors show the development of the law. The Supreme Court of Justice had various cities as residence for many years all over United States but on 1932 it settles down in the capital of the United States.

It honors the government and the justice. What called my attention was the amount of stairs that were. I found interesting that inside the roof there were some swastikas. I already knew that there were nine supreme justices. When I visited this place I felt happy because I was standing where the most important cases of the United States have been. I liked the building and it was a good size for a court, not to big but not too small.

 

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