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The Prestigious Concert Halls are a series of halls commissioned by the Delongonian Ministry of Arts as a "prestigious concert hall." The title is inherited from the former Department of the Arts of the Newland Empire, established in 1692.

Halls

Concert Hall Location Issued Opened Capacity
Royal Emile Hall Rupertland, NR 1692 Time immemorial (Multiple locations as Royal Alfred Hall) 8,430
Royal Rupert Hall Rupertland, NR 1692 1586-7 3,200
Royal Lincoln Hall Rupertland, NR 1692 1673 5,499
Royal Mariliselle Hall Emileville, NR 1692 1690 3,000
Royal William Hall Ruberta, NR 1692 1692 2,200
Royal Ips Hall Ips, NR 1703 1700 2,400
Royal Ruberta Hall Landsmouth, NR 1723 1723 1,004
Royal Merton Kepner Hall Hampton, NR 1723 1720 4,630
Royal Lave Hall New London, GNL 1839 1838 3,000
Place Marissi Nouvelle Montréal Sud, VB 1839 1820 7,200
Royal Dubois Hall South Blix, QB 1859 1829 9,010
New Royal Alfred Hall South Matewood, NA 1900 1894 7,032
Royal Lisbeth Hall Rupertland, NR 1904 1903 8,300
Royal Ella Hall South Blix, QB 1980 1980 78,000
Salle Blixe South Blix, QB 2000 1998 340,000
New London Hall New London, GNL 2000 1942 4,000
New London Hall - RL Rupertland, NR 2000 1974 3,400
New London Concert Hall South Blix, QB and New London, GNL 2000 2000 and 1999 17,000 and 15,000
Salle Delaveau Nouvelle Montréal Sud, VB 2000 1950 9,020
Salle Marci Nouvelle Montréal Sud, VB 2000 1899 6,000

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