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Wedding Banquet in the King's Hall at the George Hotel, Edinburgh
Scotland

This magnificent domed room was created in 1879, when the Caledonian Insurance Trading Company expanded their operation. Most of the original featuresare still there, including the awesome 'wedding cake' plastered ceiling and pillars.  The room has excellent flexible lighting, 3-phase power, wifi and air conditioning.  It is a great room for meetings and dinners for up to 300 people and is very highly requested for weddings!

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Uploadet: 10/07/2011
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