The Federal Palace refers to the constructing in Bern housing the Swiss Federal Assembly and the Federal Council. It consists of a significant meeting constructing and two wings japanese and western housing government departments and a library. The chambers wherein the National Council and the Council of States meet are separated through the Hall of the Dome. The dome itself has an external peak of 64 m, and an inner top of 33 m.
The mosaic in the center represents the federal coat of fingers at the side of the Latin motto Unus pro omnibus, One for all, and involved in one, surrounded by the coat of arms of the 22 cantons that existed in 1902. The coat of palms of the Canton of Jura, created in 1979, become positioned out of doors of the mosaic. The call in German and Romansh each suggest "federal house", whereas the French and Italian names each translate to "Federal Palace". The Latin phrase curia originates from Ancient Rome and originally meant an meeting, and later used for in which the Roman Senate met, each meanings being relevant to the Federal Palace.