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Hills, and still making out one of Birmingham's most famous landmarks.
It's probably one of Birmingham's most famous landmarks, but despite it's size you can't really marvel at it in anything other than in pictures. The reason for this is that, for 99% of people
public - from offering interesting landmarks for wayfinding purposes through to helping ask questions about the heritage of a place, or offering insight into the people living in an area
When you're a foreigner student in Birmingham, you usually try to visit as much landmarks and landscapes as possible in a short period. So, every weekend we were able to check a different
The Central Hall on Corporation Street is one of the most bizarre landmarks in the whole of Birmingham. Firstly, it looks quite bizarre: made of brick and terracotta it's a brilliant red
landmarks as well as temporary attractions that appear throughout the year. It would perhaps be more idyllic if it wasn't surrounded by busy roads, but oh well - no matter how noisy the…
the most of a lot of Birmingham's great features, such as the canals, cultural landmarks and Grade A listed offices.
make this place a truly hidden landmark of Birmingham. Researching a bit more about the history of Key Hill I haven't found so much information about the war stone monument placed on it but
You can see Old Joe from where I'm currently living in Stirchley, and, in fact, from many parts of South Birmingham, which makes it a familiar and popular landmark. There are plenty of weird
the Council House and Museum & Art Gallery in Chamberlain Square, Big Brum has become a symbolic landmark for the people of Birmingham, who can be reminded of Birmingham's heritage and…
Ongoing list of really cool (& not so cool) Museums & Landmarks where…
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