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English: A stunning Neo-Gothic building completed in 1877, Manchester Town Hall was rated by English Heritage as a Grade I listed building in 1952 and the Town Hall Extension, completed in 1938, was Grade II listed in 1974.
Date 25 September 2012, 04:41:26
Author David Dixon


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