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Originally the European Club the Old Town Hall was once a premier place for Georgetown's social events, balls, public speeches, art exhibitions, and amateur concerts for the town's European community. Built in a Western architectural style with classical arches, columns, pilasters, ornamental elements, this two-storey building consists of a front portico, an assembly hall, a ballroom with adjoining supper rooms, a performance stage, office rooms and a library. The Old Town Hall was later renovated with its side wing extended and a covered balcony added over the front portico to provide a better view overlooking the sport and recreational activities in the grounds.
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UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Originally the European Club the Old Town Hall was once a premier place for Georgetown's social events, balls, public speeches, art exhibitions, and amateur concerts for the town's European community.  Built in a Western architectural style with classical arches, columns, pilasters, ornamental elements, this two-storey building consists of a front portico, an assembly hall, a ballroom with adjoining supper rooms, a performance stage, office rooms and a library. The Old Town Hall was later renovated with its side wing extended and a covered balcony added over the front portico to provide a better view overlooking the sport and recreational activities in the grounds.