Birmingham, in the West Midlands, is Britain's second largest city. Known in the Victorian era, as the "City of a Thousand Trades" and the "Workshop of the World", Brum as locals call the city, is enjoying a 21st-century resurgence as a great shopping and cultural destination.
Birmingham Hotels
Search for hotels in Birmingham, Castle Bromwich (5 miles east), Solihull (7 miles southeast), Sutton Coldfield (7 miles northeast) and West Bromwich (5 miles northwest).
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Sparkbrook is an inner-city area in Birmingham about 2 miles south of the city centre.
Symphony Hall is a concert hall in Birmingham.
Villa Park is a soccer stadium in Birmingham.
St. Andrew's Stadium is a soccer stadium in Birmingham.
Birmingham Town Hall is a concert hall in Birmingham.
Ikon Gallery is an art gallery in Birmingham.
Cadbury World is a general entertainment in Bournville.
Thinktank is a science museum in Birmingham.
Aston University is an university in Birmingham.
Millennium Point is a building in Birmingham.
Victoria Square is a plaza in Birmingham.
Brindleyplace is a plaza in Birmingham.
The Bull is a monument / landmark in Birmingham.
Jewellery Quarter is a neighborhood in Birmingham.
Guild of Students is a student center in Birmingham.
Main Library is a college library in Birmingham.
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. - Marcel Proust
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