York Assembly Rooms (built in 1730)

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The York Assembly Rooms is an 18th-century assembly rooms building in York, England, originally used as a place for high class social gatherings in the city. The building is situated on Blake Street and is a Grade I listed building. It was designed by Lord Burlington. It is one of the earliest neo-classical buildings in Europe and one of the most influential pieces of architecture of the early 18th century.

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