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Essen City Hall

Essen City Hall
Essen City Hall

Rathaus Essen (English: Essen City Hall) is a 22-storey, 106 m (348 ft) skyscraper in Essen, Germany. When completed on 1 July 1979, it was the tallest city hall in Europe, and is currently the tallest city hall in Germany. It has a base floor area of more than 69,000 m2 (740,000 sq ft).

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Address: Essen
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