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Location address: Deutschland, Berlin
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Altes Stadthaus (German pronunciation: [/altɛs stadthaʊs/]; literally: “Old City House” or “Old City Hall”; by function: “Old City Administration Building”) is a former administrative building of the city government of Berlin, Germany, currently used by the Senate of Berlin. It faces the Molkenmarkt and bounded by four roads, Jüdenstraße, Klosterstraße, Parochialstraße, and Stralauer Straße. Designed by Ludwig Hoffmann, chief of construction for the city, it was built in 1902–11 at a cost of 7 million marks (US$1,750,000) to supplement the Rotes Rathaus.