Federal Building

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A federal building refers to a government building built to host the regional offices of various government departments and agencies in countries with a federal system, especially when the central government is referred to as the "federal government".

United States[edit]

Federal Building and variations including Old, and Courthouse, etc., are generally managed by the General Services Administration and may refer to: (by state then city)

Canada[edit]

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