Birmingham has a population of more than a million people and lies in the centre of England at the hub of the national transport network.
In 1791 Birmingham was described as the world’s first manufacturing city. It was at the forefront of the industrial revolution, combining creativity and discovery in science and technology, with innovation in commerce and manufacturing. It has maintained its position and is still today an important commercial centre attracting people from all over the world.
Birmingham has much more to offer than work however. The city centre has all the attractions and facilities of a world city and more. The museums and art galleries house internationally famous collections and the central library is extensive. Venues such as Symphony Hall stage the best musicians and orchestras, and major events are housed in the numerous conference facilities. The famous Bull ring Shopping Centre is one of the biggest and most modern, anywhere.
Re-development of the city centre in recent years has resulted in the canal network revitalised and converted to a vibrant leisure facility lined with restaurants and bars, perfect for a night out with friends or simply walking and watching.
Birmingham is a major educational centre which boasts three important universities and, reflecting its status as a city of innovation, is a major research centre.
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