Visit the top attractions of Manchester
Manchester has many attractions that you must see and that you should include in your trip if you want to experience the incredibly enchanting atmosphere of the city.
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In the neighborhoods of Castlefield you will find the most chic hangouts of the city, in the industrial block another image of red brick buildings, bridges and canals, while in the colorful Canal Street, in the heart of the city you will meet one of the liveliest Gay Villages in the world.
It is a small green space. Its current image is due to a major reconstruction following a series of IRA terrorist attacks in 1996 and includes new green spaces, fountains and pedestrian crossings. Essentially the only ones left untouched are the statues.
Town Hall of Manchester
The imposing Manchester City Hall is located on Albert Square. It was built in 1877 in the style of the Victorian and Neo-Gothic periods. The exterior decoration includes twelve statues of historical figures. The interior decoration is dominated by the twelve frescoes depicting important events in the history of the city.
The John Rylands Library
A Victorian-Gothic "temple for books". Explore the rare manuscripts and some of the older books, be amazed by the architecture of the space with its large windows and huge arches and relax with a cup of tea in the modern café with the University students.
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Manchester has many wonderful places around it that will tempt you to make at least one day trip to discover them.