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The Sackville Street Building is a blend of 19th and early 20th century styles. The opulent main entrance on Sackville Street gives access to the Entrance Hall,which is a traditional venue for buffets and receptions with its stained glass windows and lofty ceiling. It was previously used for University exams!

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The Sackville Street Building is a building on Sackville Street, Manchester, England. The University of Manchester occupies the building which, before the merger with UMIST in 2004, was UMIST's "Main Building".

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Opened in 1967, The Barnes Wallis Building & Wright Robinson Hall is a university building in central Manchester. It forms part of the campus of the former University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST), now part of the University of Manchester.

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The Renold Building is a university building in Manchester. It was opened on 23 November 1962 for the Manchester College of Science and Technology (later UMIST) as part of a major expansion of its campus in the 1960s.

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This statue of Archimedes and his Eureka moment was erected by the University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST) in September 1990. It is one of a series of science inspired sculptures near to UMIST’s student union building.

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Stairs and walkway connecting the main UMIST campus with the Sackville Street building.

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The Sackville Street Building is a building on Sackville Street, Manchester, England. The University of Manchester occupies the building which, before the merger with UMIST in 2004, was UMIST's "Main Building". Stained glass windows for a grand entrance from Sackville Street.

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Opened in 1967, The Barnes Wallis Building & Wright Robinson Hall is a university building in central Manchester. It forms part of the campus of the former University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (UMIST), now part of the University of Manchester

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Andreas Panos