Leeds Town Hall was designed by architect Cuthbert Broderick and completed in 1858. With its colonnaded exterior and massive clock tower it remains the most recognisable building in Leeds. It is the home of Leeds City Council and serves as a major concert hall.
Originally I thought this was Leeds City Hall but Leeds didn't become a city until 1896.
Leeds Town Hall in sunshine with blue sky
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