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  • Well, the Great Hall was a bit ridiculous, super-sized and worthy of nothing less than an absolute monarch, complete with thrones and an organ and somehow more reminiscent of a cathedral in its grandeur and size, but the rest of the house was rather lovely.

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  • Beyond the Great Hall was the main Manor House, with the Library to the North and the Stables and yards to the South.

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  • The stairway to the gallery that encircles the Great Hall is a wide, semicircular spiral, with wrought-iron filigree supporting a carved oak banister.

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  • The Great Hall was the very first real "room" in the Citadel; from there, a long and winding trail led up to the surface, leading through caverns that had been left, more or less, in their natural state.


  • And from this time on the Great Hall was the usual place for Court performances.

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  • Since 1859, the Great Hall has been a preeminent stage for pioneering individuals whose views reshaped society, from Frederick Douglass and Harriet Beecher Stowe to W.E.B. DuBois. Featured Content

  • The Great Hall was the hardest set to put together.

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  • Tonight's ceremony is taking over a good part of the mall's common area, so this huge setup was upstairs as you make your way through to the Great Hall, which is where the presser was today.

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  • Built by Wallace K. Harrison to display rockets in the 1964 World's Fair, the Great Hall is a secular cathedral of concrete and colored glass; for Hobza's one-day event, this unique location will harbor aircraft of a different scale.

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  • The table in the Great Hall is the thing the dream said could break the spell. "

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