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About Birmingham

Love BirminghamBirmingham is situated on the River Rea, it is the second most populous city in the UK. It is also one of the most important industrial centres. Since the eighteenth century, the dynamic development of the industry in the UK (the kingdom of coal and steel), including a large part of the arms industry, contributed to the development of the city. At the end of the twentieth century, the city was rebuilt, with the result that since then is called 'second city' of Great Britain with excellent road, rail and air transport so it is why a lot of people moving to Birmingham. There is also a lot of removal companies in Birmingham, so you shouldn’t have any problems with finding good West Midlands removals service providers.  Whatever you need to move your house or office, you can hire local Birmingham man and van firm or choose company offering removals in Coventry, Wolverhampton, Walsall or any other town in West Midlands.


City of contrasts

Modern BirminghamBirmingham is determined as a city of contrasts, not necessarily because of the architecture - it is a city proud of its history, but also open to the future. At each step, you can find the testimony of the historical roots and the Victorian splendor of the city in municipal buildings, contrasting with the modern construction of shops, offices and hotels, has developed significantly in recent years, indicating a thriving economy. Birmingham is a city of students and tourists.  In Birmingham studying more than 45 000 people and the city is visited by over 30,000 tourists a year. If you have just moved to Birmingham, you shouldn't have any problems with finding new friends, what is as important as keeping in touch with your friends after moving.


Places to visit

Birmingham historic cathedralThe most important monuments and places to visit, you must include the Cathedral of St Chad's, designed by Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin, others include Church. Of St Martin’s, from the thirteenth century, or Sarehole Mill - mill of the eighteenth century.  The city is also known with a very extensive system of canals, was formerly used for the transportation of raw materials. Currently waterways have a length of 56 km.

The charms of this city are: world-class sports facilities, fine art works and cultural scene, international cuisine and excellent shopping facilities. Living in Birmingham is very exciting and here everyone will find something to enjoy.

Interesting are the districts with the traditions, such as: Gun Quarter - district of weapn manufacturers, Chinese Quarter - district for food lovers from the Far East, Jewellery Quarter - beloved by women, which features over 400 stores, which produce about 40 percent of the jewelry sold in the UK . Jewellery Quarter Quarter regarded as one of the top tourist destinations in the world.

Place necessary to visit is the world's largest nature reserve within the city. Sutton Reserve is located over an area of 970 hectares.
Another place worth to see is the most visited shopping mall in the UK -  Bull Ring - it has been built in the place where the first market was held.

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