hôtel de ville

[ oh-tel duh veel ]
/ oʊˈtɛl də ˈvil /

noun, plural hô·tels de ville [oh-tel duh veel] /oʊˈtɛl də ˈvil/. French.

a city hall.

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Origin of hôtel de ville

literally, mansion of the city
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