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by Rohit Sud

"Administrative Hub"

Nestled in the center of downtown Charlottetown, City Hall is an important structure local structure, housing offices of various departments related to the city of Charlottetown. The building is a beautiful Romanesque Revival structure that was established in 1888. It was designed by Charles Benjamin Chappell and John Lemuel Phillips who also designed the city's fire hall in 1916. This government building was named a National Historic Site of Canada in 1984.
199 Queen Street, Charlottetown, PE, Canada, C1A 4B7
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"Administrative Hub"
Nestled in the center of downtown Charlottetown, City Hall is an important structure local structure, housing offices of various departments related to the city of Charlottetown. The building is a beautiful Romanesque Revival structure that was established in 1888. It was designed by Charles Benjamin Chappell and John Lemuel Phillips who also designed the city's fire hall in 1916. This government building was named a National Historic Site of Canada in 1984.
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