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Charles Webb (born 26 November 1821, Sudbury, Suffolk, England - 23 January 1898 was an architect working in Victoria, Australia during the 19th century.

He is probably best noted for his designs of the iconic Windsor Hotel, Royal Arcade, South Melbourne Town Hall and Tasma Terrace, all listed on the Victorian Heritage Register.

Significant works

Gallery of Works


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