Stained glass windows, including a cartwheel window depicting the arms of the City of Sydney, are an architectural feature of the Queen Victoria Building in Sydney, Australia.
The Queen Victoria Building, or QVB, is a late nineteenth century building by the architect George McRae in the central business district. The Romanesque Revival building is 190m long by 30 wide, and fills a city block.
The building steadily deteriorated and in 1959 was threatened with demolition. It was restored between 1984 and 1986. This building is now listed on the State Heritage Register.
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