Constructed to celebrate the town's elevation to city status in 1893, this public space is home to one of the city's ... More
Constructed to celebrate the town's elevation to city status in 1893, this public space is home to one of the city's most formidable landmarks, the statue of Edward and the Black Prince. The square is flanked by impressive buildings including the Italianate Post Office building to the north, the 1930s Queen's Hotel to the south and the City Square, a striking high-tech commercial building at the edge of the city's financial center. The hub of the city, this is a great place to sit on a bench and watch the world go by as long as you don't mind the traffic fumes.
The Greenwich Village Park is popular with students and residents. It is one of the few green spots in the
area. At the northern end of the park is a triumphal arch, built in 1789 to honor George Washington, ...
Centenary Square is the focal point of Birmingham's New Year's Eve celebrations, which involve a huge firework display every year.
It's found near the International Convention Centre , Birmingham Repertory Theatre and Hall of Memory . The square is ...
The City Hall Market Square (Rathausmarkt) has been the center of the city since the splendid Town Hall was built
here. To the north west you can see the Kleine Alster, bordered on other side by the picturesque Alster ...