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Civic Hall showing the entrance hall

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City Centre
Subject Year:
Leeds Library & Information Services
Class number:
LIHC (11)
Civic Hall showing the entrance hall
Undated. Interior view showing the Great Entrance Hall of Leeds Civic Hall which was designed by architect E. Vincent Harris and opened in 1933. The stone used to line the walls of this 'T' shaped room is from Hopton Wood quarry in Derbyshire. The marble for the floor came from France and is called Gris Monchette. Belgian black marble is also used in the design of the floor. A series of pillars support the roof and they are made to imitate green malachite marble in a material known as Scagliola.

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