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civic center

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noun
a building complex housing a theater or theaters for the performing arts and sometimes exhibition halls, a museum, etc., and usually constructed or maintained by municipal funds.
a building or building complex containing a municipality's administrative offices, various departmental headquarters, courts, etc., and sometimes an auditorium, libraries, or other community or cultural facilities.
a theater, meeting hall, or the like for community or public use.
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Origin of civic center

First recorded in 1905–10
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