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Location West Midlands
Status West Midlands
Area 127 sq km (50 sq mi)
Population 1,001,200
Language English
Currency Pound Sterling (GBP)
Timezone GMT/UTC and BST (Summer), 5 hours from EST
Tel area code 0121
Overview:

Birmingham is a metropolitan borough with city status in the West Midlands. It is generally considered as the second largest city in England. The city was once known as the “workshop of the world” and the "city of a thousand trades". Birmingham was so called because its status was forged as the powerhouse of the Industrial Revolution in United Kingdom. With a number of cutting-edge renovations, together with historic and heritage architecture, Birmingham has become a stylish metropolis. Recently, Birmingham has experienced a dramatic transformation; however which is still continuing. The city’s remarkable business redevelopment has turned it into a major city for shopping. These famous shopping malls, including Bullring shopping complex, Selfridges department store, and Mailbox designer shopping centre, attract thousands of tourists to Birmingham. An important manufacturing and engineering centre, Birmingham employs more than 100,000 people in industry. Statistics show that these businesses give billions of pounds to the national economy. Birmingham has now a population of over one million. In fact, this beautiful city boasts more miles of canals than Venice.

Geography and Climate in Birmingham

The city of Birmingham lies across a region of relatively high ground (approximately 150-200m above sea level), just to the west of the geographical centre of England. The River Severn and the River Trent flow through the Perry Barr area of Birmingham. Lickey Hills, Walton Hill and Clent Hills are located to the south and west of the city. All these hills have excellent views over the city. The weather is fairly temperate with average maximum hotness in July being approximately 20°C (68°F); and in January is around 4.5°C (40°F). Sometimes the climate becomes severe; the city experienced a few tornadoes and summer heat-waves.

History:

Birmingham has a written history that dates back to over 1,000 years. The region was inhabited in Roman times. During that period, military roads and a large fort were built. Then it became a tiny Anglo-Saxon farming village and later a major industrial, commercial, and tourist city. By the 16th century, metalworking industries were founded here. In the 17th century, Birmingham developed into an important manufacturing town with a status for manufacturing small arms. From the mid-18th century onwards, the area developed rapidly into a chief industrial centre. Railways were established in Birmingham in 1837. In the Victorian period, the population increased rapidly to well more than half a million. And, it became the second largest population city in England the third in Britain.

People and Culture of Birmingham

According to the 2005 estimate, this ethnically and culturally diverse city has a population of 1,001,200. Among these, 70.4% was White (including 3.2% Irish and 1.5% Other White), 19.5% British Asian, 6.1% Black (or Black British), .5% Chinese, and 3.5% of other ethnic

People Culture in Birmingham

According to the 2005 estimate, this ethnically and culturally diverse city has a population of 1,001,200. Among these, 70.4% was White (including 3.2% Irish and 1.5% Other White), 19.5% British Asian, 6.1% Black (or Black British), .5% Chinese, and 3.5% of other ethnic

Tourism in Birmingham

Birmingham attractions include Cadbury World, Aston Hall, Nelson’s Statue, National Sea Life Centre, St. Chad's Cathedral, St. Philip's Cathedral, Sutton Park, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, the Custard Factory, Midland Museum of Transport, and Birmingham Railway Museum. Several tourist information outlets are located in and around the central Birmingham. They provide useful tourism and tourist information such as information on landmarks, restaurants, sightseeing, travel, etc.

Transport in Birmingham
Birmingham is a chief transport centre on the motorway, rail, and canal networks. Local public transport is by means of buses, local trains and trams. Several major roads, which include the M5, M6, M6 Toll, M40, and M42 motorways, serve the city. Birmingham International Airport, the fifth busiest airport in the Britain, has regular flights to Europe and New York. The canal system, previously the lifeblood of Birmingham’s industries, is now mainly using for enjoyment.





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