Government House is the name of many of the residences of governors-general, governors and lieutenant-governors in the Commonwealth and the remaining colonies of the British Empire. The name is also used in some other countries. It generally serves as an official residence and a venue for the governor's official business, as well as for the various receptions and functions hosted by the governor. Sometimes, the term "Government House" is used as a metonym for the governor or the governor's office.
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