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English: Park Square and Leeds Town Hall. This is one of the classic views of Leeds. Park Square was laid out in the late 18th century, and retains most of its original buildings. The Town Hall was opened in 1858 by Queen Victoria.
Date 3 June 2006
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53° 47′ 55.56″ N, 1° 33′ 5.89″ W

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