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Guildhall, Victoria Park, Swansea: a detail of the council chamber

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Thomas, Sir Percy Edward (1883-1969)
NOTES: The Guildhall was, prior to local government re-organisation in 1996, the headquarters for the former Swansea City Council. The Guildhall complex comprises the City Hall, Brangwyn concert hall and the County Law Courts for Swansea. The Swansea Crown Court is now located in a building immediately opposite the Guildhall.

Guildhall, Victoria Park, Swansea: one of the committee rooms

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Thomas, Sir Percy Edward (1883-1969)
NOTES: The Guildhall was, prior to local government re-organisation in 1996, the headquarters for the former Swansea City Council. The Guildhall complex comprises the City Hall, Brangwyn concert hall and the County Law Courts for Swansea. The Swansea Crown Court is now located in a building immediately opposite the Guildhall.

Cloth Hall (Lakenhalle), Ypres, after the first stage of reconstruction with St Martin's Church on the right

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NOTES: The 13th century Cloth Hall (Lakenhalle) was destroyed during the First World War and reconstructed between 1933 and 1967. St Martin's Church used to be Ypres' cathedral and originally dates from the 13th and 14th centuries. It was also heavily bombed during the war and subsequently rebuilt.

Rochester Guildhall museum, Rochester, Kent

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NOTES: Built in 1687 as the Guildhall, it became Rochester Guildhall museum in 1979.

Market Hall, High Street, Amersham

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NOTES: Built by Sir William Drake of Shardloes in 1682, the upper floors were used as the guildhall and the ground floor as a market.

Guildhall, Portsmouth: the clock tower

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Hill, William (1827 or 8-1889)
NOTES: Built by William Hill of Leeds in 1886-1890, the Guildhall was badly damaged by bombing in World War II. It was reconstructed by Berry Webber between 1952-1959.

Guildhall, Portsmouth: the clock tower

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Hill, William (1827 or 8-1889)
NOTES: Built by William Hill of Leeds in 1886-1890, the Guildhall was badly damaged by bombing in World War II. It was reconstructed by Berry Webber between 1952-1959.

Guildhall, Portsmouth, looking upwards from the gutted interior

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Hill, William (1827 or 8-1889)
NOTES: Built by William Hill of Leeds in 1886-1890, the Guildhall was badly damaged by bombing in World War II. It was reconstructed by Berry Webber between 1952-1959.
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