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Old Trafford Stadium
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Football Field
Old Trafford stadium or 'The Theatre of Dreams' as it is also known has been the home of Manchester United since 1910, the building of which was commissioned by United Chairman and saviour John Henry Davies for an original sum of £60,000, rising to £90,000 on completion. These days the 5-star UEFA rated stadium is regarded as one of the finest on the face of the earth and is presently the 36th largest stadium in the world and 2nd largest football stadium in Britain, behind the 90,000 seater Wembley.
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Featured Neighbourhood
Surrounded by Charlotte Street, Portland Street, Oxford Street and Mosley Street, this area is Manchester's Chinatown, a concentrated Chinese community in the northern part of England, with many small shops selling Chinese ornaments. In addition, in Chinatown, there are Chinese restaurants everywhere, and there are many small supermarkets opened by Chinese people, all of which are actually foods that have been shipped from China.
The University of Manchester
79 Reviews
The University of Manchester was founded in 1824, referred to as Manda, and is one of the six famous "Red Brick Universities" in the UK. Today's Manda was formed by the merger of Manchester Polytechnic University and Manchester Victoria University in 2004. As the top university in the world, Manda’s achievements in scientific research cannot be underestimated. There have been many Nobel Prize winners among previous alumni.
ManchesterTown Hall
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City Hall
The Manchester City Hall on the east side of Albert Square is one of the local landmarks. The imposing Gothic clock tower often becomes the focus for visitors taking photos. Manchester City Hall can be separated into old and new parts. The popular clock tower belongs to the old town hall. There are also white marble statues on both sides of the foyer, belonging to the great scientists born in Manchester: Dalton and Joule. is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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