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Manchester, England
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A map of Manchester and Salford from 1801 (Source)
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Cotton mills in Ancoats about 1820 (Source)
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The Peterloo Massacre of 1819 resulted in 15 deaths and several hundred injured (Source)
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An oil painting of Oxford Road, Manchester in 1910 by Valette (Source)
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Corporation Street after the Manchester bombing on 15 June 1996. There were no fatalities, but it was one of the most expensive man-made disasters.[43] A large rebuilding project of Manchester ensued. (Source)
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Oxford Road, one of the main thoroughfares into Manchester city centre. (Source)
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Manchester Town Hall in Albert Square, seat of local government, is an example of Victorian era Gothic revival architecture. (Source)
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River Irwell from Blackfriars Bridge (Source)
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The City of Manchester. The land use is overwhelmingly urban (Source)
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The population of Manchester shown with other boroughs in the Greater Manchester county from 1801 to 2011. (Source)
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Aerial view of Manchester city centre from the south in 2008. (Source)
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Neo-baroque Lancaster House. Manchester is known for opulent warehouses from the citys textile trade. (Source)
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Manchester Piccadilly Station, the busiest of the four major railway stations in the Manchester station group with over 25 million passengers using the station in 2016.[116] (Source)
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Manchester Airport is the busiest airport in the UK outside London, with over double the number of annual passengers of the next busiest non-London airport. (Source)
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The Gallagher brothers of Oasis (Source)
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The Manchester Arena, the citys premier indoor multi-use venue and one of the largest purpose-built arenas in the European Union. (Source)
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The Opera House, one of Manchesters largest theatre venues (Source)
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Manchester Art Gallery (Source)
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The Museum of Science and Industry (Source)
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Gaskell House, where Mrs Gaskell wrote most of her novels. The house is now a museum. (Source)
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Canal Street, one of Manchesters liveliest nightspots, part of the citys gay village (Source)
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Whitworth Hall at the University of Manchester, with approximately 40,000 students it is the largest university in the UK in terms of enrolment. (Source)
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The Etihad Stadium, home to Premier League club Manchester City F.C and host stadium for the 2002 Commonwealth Games. (Source)
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The Daily Express Building, Manchester, built in the 1930s but since vacated by the Daily Express. Despite this, newspaper printing still takes place at the building. (Source)
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Granada Studios, headquarters of Granada Television (Source)
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