Italianate: Manchester Free Trade Hall, England. (1853-1854) Architect: Edward Walters
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Aerial view of Deansgate from the Beetham Tower, Manchester City Centre.

Aerial view of Deansgate from the Beetham Tower, Manchester City Centre.

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The Old Wellington Inn and Sinclair's Oyster Bar, England, dating from the 16th century and 17th century respectively, were disassembled in the 1970s and moved 100 m North to the new Shambles Square, next to Manchester Cathedral. Originally the two buildings comprised a single row, but they were rebuilt 90 degrees to each other and connected by new construction.

The Old Wellington Inn and Sinclair's Oyster Bar, England, dating from the 16th century and 17th century respectively, were disassembled in the 1970s and moved 100 m North to the new Shambles Square, next to Manchester Cathedral. Originally the two buildings comprised a single row, but they were rebuilt 90 degrees to each other and connected by new construction.

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victoria baths manchester - We didn't explore Manchester enough. Didn't know there were Roman Baths in Manchester. ~ Mel

victoria baths manchester - We didn't explore Manchester enough. Didn't know there were Roman Baths in Manchester. ~ Mel

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Manchester Town Hall, designed by architect Alfred Waterhouse, completed in 1877. The Great Hall is decorated with Ford Madox Brown's imposing Manchester Murals, illustrating the history of the city.

Manchester Town Hall, designed by architect Alfred Waterhouse, completed in 1877. The Great Hall is decorated with Ford Madox Brown's imposing Manchester Murals, illustrating the history of the city.

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