County Hall

Interesting
Seat of the Greater London Council until its abolition in 1986 and of the Inner London Education Authority, the Classical style County Hall was built by Ralph Knott (1912-1922) on the banks of the Thames near to the Coade stone factory (a decorative artificial stone). Underneath it there is an aquarium on two levels beneath the waters of the Thames.

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Address : 

rd. Belvedere

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