U.S. City By City Hall - Picture Quiz

Some current and some FORMER city halls if they are considered icons of their city.

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Last updated: July 3, 2023
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First submittedOctober 15, 2022
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Suburban city hall often filmed in place of universities
Several interconnected TV shows spent some of their time at this city hall.
Embattled city hall in 2020
Designed by I.M. Pei. The giant columns are unnecessary, but were added later due to the nervousness of people in and around the building.
Former city hall. It was the only U.S. city hall that was a palace.
Complete with roof garden view of the "smokeless ashtray" state office building next door.
80 miles or so from the previous city
The reds are a very popular feature.
Built over 100 years ago to replace a grandiose city hall that collapsed.
Twin to the previous city
Part of another twin city metropolis
This major city's seat of government looks like it's a yacht club.
Tallest building in the world at one point.
80 miles or so from the previous city
Suburb of the previous city
Called the ugliest building in the city for over 50 years.
Smaller city, but one of the most common JetPunk city answers.
Old city hall, foreground
This old city hall stands out far more than the modern city hall of its larger port neighbor 25 miles north.
The city itself is a gem of American architecture.
Bonus: Small mountain city with prominent art deco architecture
Level 35
Oct 16, 2022
Funny that no one's getting St. Louis.