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Coventry
Location West Midlands
Status Metropolitan borough, City
Area 98.64 sq km
Population 305,000
Language English
Currency Pound Sterling (GBP)
Timezone GMT/UTC and BST (Summer)
Tel area code
Overview:

Coventry is an industrial city located in the West Midlands region of England, in United Kingdom. It is considered as the tenth largest city in England. This is also a metropolitan borough and is the second largest city in the West Midlands County by population. Traditionally, it is part of historic county of Warwickshire. Coventry is popular for its contribution in the British motor industry, its cathedral church, and the legendary exploits of Lady Godiva. The city is home to several motor and cycle manufacturing companies. The Triumph motorcycle was created in 1902 in a Coventry factory. Over the years, the city gained an international status as Europe's main city of peace and reconciliation. Every year, it holds a Peace Month. There are two important universities, namely, the University of Warwick and the Coventry University.

Geography and Climate in Coventry

The City of Coventry is situated at 5224′29″N, 130′38″E; nearly latitudinal with the towns of Kettering, Aberystwyth, Diss, and Ely. The city is distinguished for being additional from the English coastline than any other British city. It is around 29 km east of Birmingham and 153 km north-west of London. Coventry is primarily busy during the summer months, though it attracts tourists throughout the year. The chief tourist season in the city is roughly from early spring to late summer.

History:

Coventry probably dates back to 1043 when Leofric (Earl of Mercia) and his wife Lady Godiva founded the Benedictine Abbey. During the 14th century, it was a major centre of the cloth trade. Throughout the Middle-Ages, Coventry enjoyed the status as one of the largest and most important cities in country. Coventry received its city status in 1345. It later became a county in its own right. Coventry entered into the business of bicycle manufacture in the late 19th century. In the early 20th century, bicycle manufacture had developed into motor manufacturing business and the city became an important centre of the British motor industry.

People and Culture of Coventry

The resident population of Coventry at the2006 estimation was 305,000 people. The city has approximately 78.0% White people, 11.3% S.Asian, and 7.8% Afro-Carib. Coventry has a long tradition of literal and cultural life. It was well-known to the famed author George Eliot during the early 19th century. The city has several theatre, art and music venues, which include Warwick Arts Centre and Belgrade Theatre. Every year, the War Memorial Park holds a variety of festivals, including the Godiva Festival.

People Culture in Coventry

The resident population of Coventry at the2006 estimation was 305,000 people. The city has approximately 78.0% White people, 11.3% S.Asian, and 7.8% Afro-Carib. Coventry has a long tradition of literal and cultural life. It was well-known to the famed author George Eliot during the early 19th century. The city has several theatre, art and music venues, which include Warwick Arts Centre and Belgrade Theatre. Every year, the War Memorial Park holds a variety of festivals, including the Godiva Festival.

Tourism in Coventry

Coventry's best-known landmarks and visitor attractions include St. Michael's Cathedral, Coventry Transport Museum (which houses the largest collection of British-made road vehicles in the world), Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, and the Midland Air Museum.

Transport in Coventry
The city has a major railway station, which is served by the West Coast Main Line. The station has frequent services between London and Birmingham. Coventry is served by M6, M40, M69, A45, and A46. Bus services are operated by Stagecoach, Travel West Midlands, and Mike de Courcey Travel. Coventry Airport in Baginton operates commercial scheduled flights to more than 20 European destinations. The nearest major airport is Birmingham International Airport, some 17 km away.



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