Jerusalem Old Town Hall
Jerusalem's old town hall was one of the four public buildings constructed in Jerusalem by the British administration during the British Mandate after the previous town hall, located at the corner of Jaffa and Mamilla streets, had become insufficient for the needs of the burgeoning city and its Mandatory municipal government. It was used by the Municipality of Jerusalem for over 60 years, from its construction in 1930 until 1993.
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