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Bradford
Location Yorkshire County
Status
Area
Population 481,100
Language
Currency Pound Sterling (GBP)
Timezone GMT/UTC and BST (Summer), 5 hours from EST
Tel area code 01274
Overview:

Bradford is a city located in Yorkshire County of the North England. The city is full of amusing attractions and activities, which make it tempting to everyone. Bradford owns a multi-ethnic combination of a magnificent past, a lively present, and a hopeful future. The architectural brilliance of the city reflects its pioneering textile heritage. Bradford is regarded as one of the twelve largest settlements in Britain. In addition to the superb range of attractions, the city has earned well-deserved appreciation for restaurants offering cuisine from around the world. It also enjoys the richest culture of English, such as the award-winning National Museum of Photography, Film & Television, which is a free-time sight to suit all ages.

Geography and Climate in Bradford

The city is situated at 53°45′00″N, 01°50′00″W (53.7500, -1.8333)1. Unlike other English cities, Bradford is not built on any substantial watercourse. Its position in Bradforddale (the valley of Bradford Beck) seemed to make communications difficult, apart from the north. However, the city has been well-served by transport systems.

History:

Bradford acquired its position as a municipal borough in 1847. Fifty years later in 1897, it received city charter. Bradford got its name from the "broad ford", which is located below the site of Bradford Cathedral, around which a settlement had started to appear prior to the Norman invasion. In 1974, the city status was changed to the metropolitan district.

People and Culture of Bradford

The Bradford Metropolitan District has a population of 481,100 (2003 estimation). Around 295,000 of these people inhabit the main city area, and the rest live in the nearby towns, villages, and countryside. This Christian-centered city has significant Muslim, Hindu, and Sikh populations. Many mosques can be found throughout the city. The Sikh and the Hindu community also have several places of worship in the Leeds Road area of Bradford. In the late 19th century, the city’s Jewish community was strong, but small these days. Bradford has a long standing musical tradition. St George's Hall, built in 1853, is a grand concert hall. The Hallé Orchestra has been regular visitors over the years. The National Museum of Photography, Film & Television, founded in 1983, is the most popular museum in the England outside London. It has around 800,000 visitors per year.

People Culture in Bradford

The Bradford Metropolitan District has a population of 481,100 (2003 estimation). Around 295,000 of these people inhabit the main city area, and the rest live in the nearby towns, villages, and countryside. This Christian-centered city has significant Muslim, Hindu, and Sikh populations. Many mosques can be found throughout the city. The Sikh and the Hindu community also have several places of worship in the Leeds Road area of Bradford. In the late 19th century, the city’s Jewish community was strong, but small these days. Bradford has a long standing musical tradition. St George's Hall, built in 1853, is a grand concert hall. The Hallé Orchestra has been regular visitors over the years. The National Museum of Photography, Film & Television, founded in 1983, is the most popular museum in the England outside London. It has around 800,000 visitors per year.

Tourism in Bradford

Bradford has a many unforgettable places to visit that range from first-class concert halls, theatre venues and cinemas, to award-winning museums, stimulating public sculpture and famous art galleries. Major attractions include the Bradford Cathedral, the City Hall, the Wool Exchange, a large Victorian cemetery and Lister Park.

Transport in Bradford
Bradford is well-served by several transport networks. A number of trunk roads, including A647 (going to Leeds), A650 (between Wakefield and Skipton), A658 (going to Harrogate) and A6036 (going to Halifax) pass through the city. The city’s tram system was started in 1882 by the Bradford Corporation. The vehicles were initially horse-drawn, and later they were replaced by steam-driven trams (in 1883) and by electric types (in 1898). Bradford train stations that are part of the Leeds-Bradford Line routes are administrated by the West Yorkshire Metro. The Leeds Bradford International Airport (former Yeadon Aerodrome), established in 1931, is managed by Bradford and Leeds councils jointly.





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