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Public Auditorium — often referred to as Public Hall — is a multi-purpose performing arts, entertainment, and exposition facility located in the central business district of Downtown Cleveland, Ohio. Although Public Auditorium was planned and funded prior to World War I, construction did not begin until 1920, and the structure did not open until 1922. Designed by city architect J. Harold McDowell and Frank Walker of Walker and Weeks in a neoclassical style matching the other Group Plan buildings, it was the largest of its kind when opened, seating 11,500. - Source: Wikipedia

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