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London: Heart of the British Commonwealth. The County Hall. One of the finest examples of modern architecture, the County Hall, headquarters of the London County Council, is on the Lambeth side of Westminster Bridge. The foundation stone of the building was laid by King George V in 1912 and the opening ceremony was performed by him on July 17th, 1922. The London County Council is one of the largest local government authorities in the world and controls the principal social services ... [in Arabic]
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