Manchester

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The Theatre of Dreams

Old Trafford, known as the Theatre of Dreams by Bobby Charlton, has been the football stadium of Manchester United FC belonging to the Premier League since 1910, with the exception of the 40s as a result of damage caused by a bomb World Cup of the Second World War, the club shared Maine Road with local rivals Manchester City.
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John Rylands University Library

John Rylands University Library is the library and information center at the University of Manchester in England. Housed in a mixture of Gothic and late Victorian, lovely as you can see by the pictures.


The library was formed in 1972,

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Manchester Evening News Arena

The Manchester Evening News Arena or M.E.N. Arena is an indoor arena located in Manchester, England
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Manchester Cathedral

Manchester Cathedral is a medieval seat of the Bishop of Manchester, located in the city of Manchester, England. Its official name is' Collegiate Church and Cathedral of Santa Maria, San Dionisio and San Jorge in Manchester »
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Chinatown

Chinatown in Manchester, England is an ethnic enclave in the city centre. It is the second largest Chinatown in the United Kingdom and the third largest in Europe.[1] It has an archway on Faulkner Street which was completed in 1987[2] and contains many Chinese restaurants, shops, bakeries and supermarkets.
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Manchester Art Gallery

Manchester Art Gallery is an art gallery of public ownership in Mosley Street, Manchester, England. It was formerly known Manchester City Art Galler.
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The Wheel of Manchester

The Wheel of Manchester[1] is a transportable Ferris wheel installation at Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester, England. The current incarnation has operated since 2013. In 2013, a new 52.7-metre (173 ft) wheel was installed in Piccadilly Gardens. And now is being dismantled to make way for green space
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Moses Gate Country Park

Moses Gate Country Park, part of which is also known as Crompton Lodges, (National Grid Ref: SD 749063) is a 750 acre (300 hectare) site situated at Moses Gate in the Croal and Irwell Valleys 3 miles (5 km) south of Bolton town centre on the A6053 road which connectsFarnworth to Little Lever. It is a Local Nature Reserve.
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The Albert Hall

The Albert Hall is located in Peter Street, Manchester, England. It was built as the Methodist Central Hall in 1910. Since it closed for this purpose it has been used for a variety. The hall has been designated by English Eritage as a Grade ll listed building. The Chapel Hall – unused since 1969 – was renovated in 2012–13 for music concerts.
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Clayton Hall

Clayton Hall is a 15th-century manor house on Ashton New Road, in Clayton, Manchester, England. It is hidden behind trees in a small park. The hall is a Grade II* listed building a scheduled ancient monuments, and a rare example of a medieval moated site.
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Imperial War Museum North

The Imperial War Museum North Headquarters is located in the English city of Manchester. It has an unusual layout, designed by architect Daniel Libeskind. It is part of the Imperial War Museum.
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Manchester City Council

Manchester City Council is a municipal Victorian Gothic building located in the city of Manchester, England.
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Bridgewater Hall

Bridgewater Hall is the main concert hall in Manchester, England alongside the Rochdale Canal
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The Ritz

The Ritz is a live music venue on Withworth Street West, Manchester, England. Built in 1927, The Ritz was designated a Grade II listed building in 1994.

Bands which have played at the venue include The Beatles, The Damned, R.E.M., The Stone Roses, Arctic Monkeys, The Smiths, Snow Patrol, Happy Mondays, Adam Ant...