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town hall

noun [C]  /ˈtɑʊn ˈhɔl/ us  
a building in which local government officials and employees work and in which public meetings may be held
Translations of “town hall”
in Korean 시청…
in Arabic مَبنى البَلدِيّة…
in Portuguese prefeitura…
in Catalan ajuntament…
in Japanese 市役所, 町役場…
in Italian municipio…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鎮公所, 市政廳…
in Russian ратуша…
in Turkish hükümet konağı, belediye binası…
in Chinese (Simplified) 镇公所, 市政厅…
in Polish ratusz…
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