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The Seven Court House is an extraordinary building in Kinley. In this building the lawsuits of the Seven State Court took place, until the State Court was abolished in 2010. The building is a great tourist attraction in the city. Across the street you can find the Kinley Town Hall.
The meticulously manicured gardens became a popular gossiping place to the curious residents of Kinley. The building is an ideal background for visitors to take pictures from their journey to Kinley.
The offices of the Seven Demographic Center are situated in the old wing.
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