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Walking tour.

Part of a walking tour based on looking up at buildings. Excellent tour leader highlighted the many... read more

Reviewed July 30, 2017
Brian M
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Birmingham, England
Stunning architecture

I didn't plan to go and see this building, but when I was passing by I was just stopped by the... read more

Reviewed September 17, 2016
leuveen
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Oxford, United Kingdom
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30 Jul 2017
“Walking tour.”
17 Sep 2016
“Stunning architecture ”
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Adjacent to the Birmingham and Midland Institute, this Victorian structure was built in 1885 as a Municipal Art school, which serves a similar purpose today.
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9 Margaret Street, Birmingham B3 3BS, England
Ladywood
+44 121 643 2514
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Reviewed July 30, 2017

Part of a walking tour based on looking up at buildings. Excellent tour leader highlighted the many features of a lovely building. See if you can find the owls!

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Reviewed September 17, 2016 via mobile

I didn't plan to go and see this building, but when I was passing by I was just stopped by the excellence of architecture. It's wonderful, I've spent quite a long time contemplating the details and decorations.

1  Thank leuveen
Reviewed May 24, 2016

This nicely maintained building is an excellent example of Victorian Birmingham. I believe for most of the 29th century, this was an independent school of art and architecture and a testament to the progressive way in which local leaders viewed their booming industrial city.

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Reviewed March 8, 2015 via mobile

This is one of the most beautiful buildings in Birmingham and worth seeking out. It's near St Philips Cathedral and the Council House. I don't think you can go inside. There are other attractive Victorian buildings in the area. This is the most attractive part...More

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