Surat city hall

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Gandhi Smruti Bhavan city hall Surat India
Gandhi Smruti Bhavan
Near Kanaknidhi Complex, Timiliyawad Road, Surat
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Sapphire 8 city hall Surat India
Sapphire 8
Shakti Nagar, Surat
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Annie Besant Hall city hall Surat India
Annie Besant Hall
Sonifaliya, Chowk Bazar, Gopipura, Surat
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SMC Community Hall Khatodara city hall Surat India
SMC Community Hall Khatodara
Laxmi Nagar, Pandesara, Udhna, Surat
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Banquet Hall In Surat Wedding Hall city hall Surat India
Banquet Hall In Surat Wedding Hall
Raj Darbar, Level 1, Lords Plaza Hotel, Near Japan Market, Surat
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Anavil Mitra Mandal city hall Surat India
Anavil Mitra Mandal
Swami Vivekanand Marg, Sanskar Nagar, Athwalines, Athwa, Surat
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Miranagar Hall city hall Surat India
Miranagar Hall
besides miramandir, Surat, Miranagar Society, Athwa, Surat
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Raj Mahal-Banquet Hall city hall Surat India
Raj Mahal-Banquet Hall
10th Floor, Lords Plaza Hotel, Opposite Linear Bus Stand, Delhi Gate, Surat
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Shanti Mangal Hall city hall Surat India
Shanti Mangal Hall
M-3,, M-3, Samil Dairy Road, Shanti Niketan Society, Patel Nagar, Surat
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SMC Althan Community Hall city hall Surat India
SMC Althan Community Hall
Althan Rd, Bhatar Char Rasta, Ravidarshan Society, New City Light, Althan, Surat
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SMC community Hall city hall Surat India
SMC community Hall
Limbayat Road, Mora Bhagal, Limbayat, Surat
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Shyam Vadi city hall Surat India
Shyam Vadi
Katargam, Surat
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SMC Community Hall Utran city hall Surat India
SMC Community Hall Utran
19, Utran Road, Devi Krupa Society, Uttran, Surat
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Dashalad Vanik Samaj Bhavan city hall Surat India
Dashalad Vanik Samaj Bhavan
Palanpur Road, Bhagyoday Society, Mahadev Nagar, Surat
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S.M.C. Community Hall Sarthana city hall Surat India
S.M.C. Community Hall Sarthana
Bhagawan Nagar Scoiety, Nana Varachha, Surat
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Bapa sitaram hall city hall Surat India
Bapa sitaram hall
Laskana, Surat
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Panchayat Office Chalthan city hall Surat India
Panchayat Office Chalthan
Alpa, NH8 to Chalthan Village Road, Chalthan
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Samaj Seva Sadan Hall city hall Surat India
Samaj Seva Sadan Hall
Hazira INA
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City halls in Surat

Surat city hall: Gandhi Smruti Bhavan, Sapphire 8, Annie Besant Hall, SMC Community Hall Khatodara, Banquet Hall In Surat Wedding Hall, Anavil Mitra Mandal, Miranagar Hall, Raj Mahal-Banquet Hall, Shanti Mangal Hall, SMC Althan Community Hall, SMC community Hall, Shyam Vadi, SMC Community Hall Utran, Dashalad Vanik Samaj Bhavan, S.M.C. Community Hall Sarthana, Bapa sitaram hall, Panchayat Office Chalthan, Samaj Seva Sadan Hall

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