One of UCLA’s most recognizable buildings, Royce Hall was built in the Italian Romanesque Revival style. It was completed in 1929 and it was one of the four original buildings on the UCLA campus. It was named after Josiah Royce, an American objective idealist philosopher, who also had many years studying and writing history. The exterior of the building was designed similarly to the Basilica of Sant’Ambrogio in Milan. Royce Hall reflects into the beautiful Shapiro fountain across the green lawn. This view of the campus was part of my easy decision to decide to attend UCLA. Visiting the school always bring back such great memories. GO UCLA! 🙂
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