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On the road in Manchester - discovering the English metropolis

During the era of industrialization Manchester played a key role in textile production - and even today the metropolis is a popular destination in the United Kingdom. Both, business travelers and tourists regularly flock to the city on the Irwell.

When people think of Manchester they often automatically associate it with soccer. In fact the two arenas - Manchester United's Old Trafford and Manchester City's Etihad Stadium - are amongst the main attractions for visitors. Booklovers should definitely plan a trip to the John Rylands Library, founded in 1899. The heart of the city is the Albert Square which is in the Victorian Gothic style. Here you will find the City Hall with its 85-meter high bell tower and the Albert Memorial for example. Museum fans visit the natural history Manchester Museum. Here, "Stan," a well-preserved T-Rex skeleton, is the absolute visitors' favorite. Alternatively, take a detour to the Manchester Art Gallery with its art exhibitions.

If you want to relax after your sightseeing tour the hotels of NOVUM Hospitality offer you a cozy home away from home.
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Manchester is a vibrant city in the northwest of England, known for its rich industrial history, cultural diversity and lively arts scene. The city among other things has a lot to offer in terms of attractions. One of the most famous sights is the Old Trafford Stadium, home of the world-famous Manchester United soccer club. The stadium offers guided tours and is a must-see for soccer fans. Another attraction is the Museum of Science and Industry, located in a former train station concourse, which highlights Manchester's industrial history. The museum features interactive exhibits, steam engines and more. The John Rylands Library is another impressive building in Manchester and houses a collection of rare books and manuscripts. The building is a mix of Victorian and Gothic styles and provides a wonderful backdrop for the impressive collection. Manchester Cathedral is an impressive 15th century Gothic church and an important religious site in the city. The building is rich in history and features impressive architecture. Albert Square is a central square in the city surrounded by impressive Victorian buildings, including Manchester City Hall. This square is an important place for events and celebrations in the city. In addition, there are many other interesting places in Manchester, such as Chinatown, the Museum of Football, Heaton Park and the Manchester Opera House, which offers a wide range of musical performances.

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