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|Manchester Town Hall houses the city's government and administrative functions.||08/31/2005||308|
|Shinjuku is a suburb of Tokyo. This placemark shows the town hall of Shinjuku (two tall towers with forum in front of it), which is also a location for the Manga series "X". Directly behind the town hall is the Keio Plaza hotel.||10/11/2005||874|
|Justicny palac, Bratislava, Slovakia-biggest prison of Capitol of Slovakia, Bratislava City.||03/28/2006||977|
|Lahore Metropoliton Corporation (Town Hall)||08/22/2006||418|
|(in portuguese Paços do Concelho de Braga) is a landmark building located in Sé parish in the heart of Braga, Portugal. In there is located the headquarters of the Câmara Municipal, the city local government.|
It is a work of the architect André Soares.
The Town Hall was starting to built in 1754, and only concluded in 1865.
|Near Notre Dame Cathedral. During the 16th century, king François I built the Town Hall in a Renaissance style.||09/14/2005||427|
|Liege town hall, near the st Lambert place|
|A Gothic castle which is known from the 10th century, but the castle hill was inhabited also in the Celtic and the Great Moravian era. In the middle of the 16th century, Bratislava became the official coronation town for Hungarian Kings and at the castle there was a residence of the king. Later, the castle was rebuild in a Renaissance style. The south-west tower - also known as the jewel's towe...||11/22/2006||497|
|The Christchurch Town Hall is the city's premier performing |
arts centre. Situated beside the River Avon in the very heart
of Christchurch, the complex provides a magnificent setting
for the performing arts and complements the Christchurch
Convention Centre (which is attached by airbridge) with a
number of versatile conference and meeting room facilities.
|Clayton Hall is a Tudor Moated Manor House once owned by Sir Humphrey Chetham who went on to build a free hospital and library in Manchester town centre||07/31/2005||462|
|Ahmedabad City Town Hall||03/27/2006||297|
|This is a virtual tour through the most interesting sights of Bratislava, capital of Slovakia, Central Europe.|
It demonstrates the usefulnes of Google Earth for tourist industry, travellers, etc.
It also serves as a source of information and entertainment for people who like to surf the globe with Google Earth.