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This neo-Gothic masterpiece was designed by Alfred Waterhouse and completed in 1887. At the front main entrance sits a statue of the Roman Governor, Agricola, founder of the original fort of Mamuciam, from which the city began. The building...more
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This is an impressive architecture, the building is in the middle of Manchester, 10 minutes walk from Piccadilly train station, 5 minutes to the John Rylands library, very nice restaurants in the area. Also, close to the free buses.
Visited on Sunday 5th November. Its is always good to go and have a look at this imposing building. Built to show what an important City Manchester is. Spend sometime walking around the building both inside and out, best doing it during normal business hours...More
The Market around the town hall is the largest Christmas market in Manchester.
With all the shopping, food, and desserts around it's a good night out!
There is something for everyone and it's beautiful!! <3
I’m not upset .....but the building is closed to visitors for the next six years... so I’m
Simply posting a message to inform others. There’s plenty of other attractions to see! I will put a 1 score so that viewers get to know. I went...More