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Council House

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Identification

Council House
Birmingham Council House
295798

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Structure in General

low-rise building
existing [completed]
renaissance revival

Usages

city hall gallery museum

Facts

  • The banqueting suite can accommodate around 450 diners.
  • The Council House is Grade II* Listed.
  • The design of the building was intended to resemble a Venetian palace and is in classical Renaissance style.
  • The foundation stone was laid by Joseph Chamberlain in 1874.
  • The building is used for banqueting, hospitality and meetings.
  • The domed ceiling is 49 metres (162 feet) above ground level.

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Location

Victoria Square
Victoria Square
B1 1BB
Ladywood
Birmingham
England
United Kingdom

Technical Data

31.31 ft
85.43 ft
297.97 ft
3
1879

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Features & Amenities

  • One of the city's famous buildings
  • City landmark
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