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Sheffield City Hall

Sheffield City Hall is a building containing several venues, ranging from auditoria to a ballroom, in Sheffield, England.

The large hall dominates Barkers Pool, one of the most-used squares in Sheffield, containing the city's War Memorial.

The City Hall was designed in 1920 by E. Vincent Harris, but was not completed until 1934. It is a neo-classical building with a giant portico. The largest hall in the building, seating 2,800 people, is commanded by a grand dome.

The City Hall now has its own stop on the Sheffield Supertram.