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- A term used to describe the administrative centre of the UK government
- Palace of Whitehall, the residence of English monarchs until it was destroyed in a fire in 1698
- Whitehall is also the seat of government of Trinidad and Tobago.
Whitehall is also the name of several places.
In the United Kingdom:
- Whitehall, Orkney (on Stronsay)
In the United States of America:
- Whitehall, Arkansas (three places):
- Whitehall, Georgia
- Whitehall, Indiana
- Whitehall, Louisiana (two places):
- Whitehall, Michigan
- Whitehall, Montana
- Whitehall, New Jersey
- Whitehall, New York (three places)
- Whitehall, Ohio
- Whitehall, Pennsylvania (three places):
- Whitehall Museum House in Middletown, Rhode Island
- Whitehall, South Carolina (four places):
- Whitehall, Texas
- Whitehall, Virginia
- Whitehall, West Virginia
- Whitehall, Wisconsin
Whitehall is also a type of row boat, named for its original place of manufacture, the end of Whitehall street in New York City.
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