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    A city best known for its football teams: Manchester United, the most supported and most hated team in England, and the up and coming billionaires across the street, Manchester City. It’s true, football is, and for decades has been, a key part of life in Manchester, but getting to a game can be a little like winning the lottery: the pre-planning and expenses necessary are mind-blowing. Fortunately, Manchester has plenty more to offer.(Cricket too, at Old Trafford).

    Manchester's second claim to fame is its music. Having spawned an entire ‘Madchester’ Brit-pop scene in the early 90s (e.g. Oasis, The Stone Roses and Inspiral Carpets), the nightlife may have quietened down a bit these days, but it’s still the envy of most other British cities. http://www.manchesterbars.com/top10-clubs.htm

    As for culture, the city boasts several prestigious theatres (The Palace, The Opera House, The Lowry, The Royal Exchange); the first two often playing host to major touring West-End productions, such as Evita, Mama-Mia, We Will Rock You etc.

    There are also several world class music venues, such as the Bridgewater Hall (home to the BBC Philharmonic, Manchester Camerata and Hallé Orchestras). The enormous M.E.N Arena is 'the' music venue for all the big A-List names in popular music.

    Finally, there are several well-renowned city centre museums such as the Museum of Science and Industry (Manchester was at the forefront of the Industrial Revolution) and the Manchester Museum (one of the best collections of Egyptian artefacts in the UK).

    Interestingly, despite its huge reputation for football, music and culture, Manchester is a fairly typical British city. Once at the heart of industrialisation, it’s a rough-round-the-edges, honest kind of place which grew from little more than a village in the mid 18th century to the übercity it is now, largely off the back of cotton production.

    Though traces of the city's history can be seen in much of its architecture, Manchester is today a thriving modern conurbation and shopper's haven, with many high-end designer outlets dotted in clusters around the centre and several luxury department stores.

    It’s easy to dismiss Manchester in favor of more traditional tourist destinations like London, Oxford, York or Durham. However, its significance in Britain’s history, its sporting presence (the envy of even London), its interesting nightlife and rich cultural scene make it well worthy of a visit.
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      • Manchester Law Library
        0.12 Km from Manchester
        Manchester Law Library is a Grade II* listed building in the Venetian Gothic style at 14 Kennedy Street, Manchester. "The building is noteworthy by virtue of having been built for the purposes of a law library and, London and the old universities aside, it is believed to have performed this function for a period longer than any other provincial law library". Designed by Thomas Hartas, the library was built by William Holt between 1884 and 1885 to provide a meeting place, and reading ro...
      • Cross Street Chapel
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        Cross Street Chapel is a Unitarian church in Manchester, England, famous in civic and national life for its contributions to piety and civil society. It is a member of the General Assembly of Unitarian and Free Christian Churches, the umbrella organisation for British Unitarians. Its present minister is Cody Coyne
      • Manchester Town Hall
        0.20 Km from Manchester
        Manchester Town Hall is a Victorian, Neo-gothic municipal building in Manchester, England. It is the ceremonial headquarters of Manchester City Council and houses a number of local government departments. The building faces Albert Square to the north, featuring the Albert Memorial and St Peter's Square to the south, home to The Cenotaph. Designed by architect Alfred Waterhouse, the town hall was completed in 1877. The building contains offices and grand ceremonial rooms such as the Great Hall wh...
      • St Ann's Church, Manchester
        0.23 Km from Manchester
        St Ann's Church in Manchester, England was consecrated in 1712. Although named after St Anne, it also pays tribute to the patron of the church, Ann, Lady Bland. St Ann's Church is a Grade I listed building.
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      • The Circle Club
        0.31 Km from Manchester
        The Circle Club is a private members' club in central Manchester, England. It is owned by Northern Quarter-based clothing company Ringspun, who also hold various parties at the venue. Originally set up to serve those working in the city's growing media industry, the club recently underwent a change of management and relaxed its membership criteria to those working in professional services. However, it is still most often frequented by those involved in media and fashion, by virtue of the events ...
      • Manchester Town Hall Extension
        0.34 Km from Manchester
        Manchester Town Hall Extension was built between 1934 and 1938 to provide additional accommodation for local government services. It was built between St Peter's Square and Lloyd Street in Manchester city centre, England. English Heritage designated it a grade II* listed building on 3 October 1974. Its eclectic style was designed to be a link between the ornate Gothic Revival Manchester Town Hall and the Classical architecture of the Central Library.
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      • Albert Hall, Manchester
        0.45 Km from Manchester
        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 Heritage as a Grade II listed building. The Chapel Hall – unused since 1969 – was renovated in 2012–13 for music concerts.
      • Cube Gallery
        0.46 Km from Manchester
        The CUBE (Centre for the Urban Built Environment) Gallery on Portland Street, in Manchester city centre, England, was a gallery for architecture and the built environment. It hosted regular exhibitions featuring mostly photography and architectural models (but also multimedia). It also contained a bookshop selling books on architecture, the built environment, planning, and other forms of design. CUBE was supported through the University of Salford's School of the Built Environment but closed in ...

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      Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
      Jan 3 100 37.4 39.4
      Feb 3.7 75.7 38.7 29.8
      Mar 5 79.4 41 31.3
      Apr 7.5 62.9 45.5 24.8
      May 10.6 67.8 51.1 26.7
      Jun 13.9 74.4 57 29.3
      Jul 15.5 89.8 59.9 35.4
      Aug 15 102.5 59 40.4
      Sep 13 75 55.4 29.5
      Oct 9.1 102.5 48.4 40.4
      Nov 6 98.3 42.8 38.7
      Dec 3.8 116.1 38.8 45.7

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