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|Manchester Town Hall|
Manchester ENG United Kingdom
| - city hall|
| - lowrise|
| - clock|
| - tower|
| - gothic|
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Architect: Alfred Waterhouse
Manchester's tallest building from 1877-1962, when the CIS Tower was completed.
During August 2003, the clock hands were removed from three sides of the tower for maintenance for the first time in the building's history.
The Town Hall's 8 story extension was officially opened by King George VI in 1938.
Out of the 136 designs proposed, this one was chosen as it it was the most practical for the triangular site.
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