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Gas Street Canal Basin

Gas Street Basin - Canalside pubs in the heart of Birmingham. Short break from Alvechurch to Birmingham.


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Selfridges building, Birmingham, England


The Oratory of St Philip Neri, Birmingham, England. Birmingham Festival Choral Society sang the Dream of Gerontius here -appropriate for the place so closely associated with Cardinal Newman.

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Oozells Square, one of my favourite places to visit in Brum at night. Lovely bars around the corner but this is a little oasis of beauty, even at 2am just off Broad St. Also, the name is awesome!

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Caymanmamma Watercolour Artist The Dragon at the Custard Factory,Digbeth-Birmingham, UK

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This absolutely stunning building architecture is The Spiral Cafe in located in Birmingham, England. the 13th century mathematician Leonardo Fibonacci who identified the natural patterns of growth found throughout the universe become the inspiration of this cafe, from the shapes of sea shells and pine cones to fractal patterns within galaxies. The Spiral Cafe is designed by Marks Barfield

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Birmingham New Street station officially reopens

New Street station, Birmingham.england

Birmingham New Street station officially reopens - BBC News

New Birmingham Library Atrium, 2013. At 31,000 sqm it is the largest public library in Europe. The ten-level library will share with the Birmingham Repertory Theatre a spacious entrance and foyer as well as a flexible studio theatre seating 300 people. The library houses world-class collections of archives, photography and rare books. WoW!

Birmingham Library Building – Mecanoo Building

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Waterstones bookshop in Birmingham, United Kingdom | Photography by Tom Brook

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Great Western Arcade, by Birmingham Cathedral and Rackhams. Lots of nice little independent shops like the artisan bakery, the gorgeous delicatessen, vintage shops, pen shop and a cute (if time-warpy) Victorian Restaurant.

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