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Durham Town Hall

  • Initially built in 1356 as Guild Hall, but much of this was rebuilt after the 1640 Scottish invastion.
  • In 1851 the Victorian Main Hall was added along with completion of a new front facia to the building and balcony.
Market Place 1851 Historic Buildings and Monuments in Durham city
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The Market Place & Town Hall Durham

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Durham town hall

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