Not the oldest building in the city but one of the most striking, the 1926 Belize Supreme Court building is patterned after its wooden predecessor, which had burned in 1918. An 1820 court building had also burned down. The current building, painted white, has filigreed iron stair and balcony rails, similar to what you might see in New Orleans (the construction company came from Louisiana), between two arms of the structure, and above the balcony a four-sided clock. This
being Belize, the clock faces all seem to show different times. You can't enter the building, but it's worth admiring from the outside.
Regent St., opposite Battlefield Park, Belize City, Belize