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Chester-Town Hall- Chester UK
England

Chester's magnificent Victorian Town Hall is built in the Gothic style in pink and buff sandstone. It was opened in 1869 by the Prince of Wales and the PM Gladsone.  The crowd has gathered to watch several local Morris Dance teams perform traditional dances.

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