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  • City Centre
    Manchester M3 1BD
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    landmark to have.   Nowadays it's £140 a year for a TV license. £140! So, this is the best bit about Exchange Square. If you're really strapped for cash you can just sit on the stone seats…

  • Chinatown
    St Peter's Square
    Manchester M2
    Phone number 0161 234 1983

    The central library was my visual landmark while coming up Oxford. Do I turn on Portland, or continue on to the unknown?  But it was the place I checked out sheet music, novels, plays, CDs…

  • Albert Square
    Manchester M2 5DB
    Phone number 0161 827 7661

    for a staggeringly gorgeous and very imposing building, definitely the landmark of Albert Square.   If you ask nicely you might be taken around the restricted areas by a member of staff who'll…

  • City Centre
    Exchange Sq
    Manchester M3 1SW
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    to point out the landmarks.    They gave us a little capsule to ourself which was lovely as the private ones you normally pay extra for but it wasnt too busy i suppose so we were lucky (mind…

  • Oxford Road Corridor
    Princess Street
    Manchester M1 4LB
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    Manchester's Chinatown has got to be one of its main attractions. Any visitor should pay it a visit. In many ways similar to its more famous counterpart in London, Manchester's Chinese area is…

  • Gay Village
    Sackville Gardens
    Manchester M1
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    The seated statue of the father-founder of computer science can be found in the middle of Sackville Gardens. The pensive professor gazes at the flowerbed in front on him, holding an apple.…

  • City Centre
    Piccadilly Gardens
    Manchester M1 3BG
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    The Queen sat in person for this statue and was delighted with the result. Unfortunately, she died before the statue was unveiled in 1901. Onslow Ford presented the monarch in stately robes,…

  • City Centre
    Piccadilly Gardens
    Manchester M1 3BG
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    The statue of the Duke of Wellington that stands tall on the edge of Piccadilly Gardens was erected all the way back in 1852. That really is a hell of a long time ago.  The Duke was of course…

  • St Peter's Square
    Manchester M2 3
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    I really quite like the Messenger of Peace statue. Lots of the other statues in Manchester are quite classical, of famous and important (mostly) men or women from Manchester's past. I like the…

  • Northern Quarter
    Swan Street
    Manchester M4 4
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    Smithfield Market Hall is located just on the edge of the Northen Quarter and it's a real shame that an old building like this is boarded up and slowly crumbling apart.  It's a shame that this…

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