Albert Square is located in the heart of Manchester, where the City Hall is located. The Albert Square was built to commemorate Queen Victoria's husband, Albert. The distinctive and iconic is a Victorian Gothic building. There are many buildings around Albert Square, including the library, the convention center, and the Halle Orchestra's famous place, the Bridgewater Music Hall. The Albert Square is often the starting point for many hiking tourists to start exploring Manchester.
Feeling the infinite vitality of Manchester City makes me happy in Albert Square. The infinite charm of Media City makes me crazy with the BBC. The first time I spent the Mid-Autumn Festival outside, I missed Sichuan, Shandong, Guangdong and Huaihe. Fortunately, I also had the care of Guishun Zhai, a tour guide.
Free Admission. Square, as small as ever. There are many sculptures and many scenic spots nearby. Many local people are here for leisure. You can feel it.
It's the center of Manchester. There are tall church bell towers and library councils. There will be special layout in the square before and after Christmas. In fact, it's the seat of Parliament... It's not far from the church. You can walk there. There's a John's Library nearby.
Albert Square is located right in front of Manchester City Hall. The square is set against the tallest bell tower of the City Hall. Although the area is not very large, it is very powerful in the narrow space. On weekends, there will be fairs from noon to evening. There will be a lot of small things to be found between the crowds.
Manchester develops new industries and becomes an international city centered on electronics, chemical industry and printing, with more than 700 industries such as heavy machinery, weaving, oil refining, glass, plastics and food processing. As the leader of free trade, economic liberalization and cooperative movement, Manchester has a strong influence on the British economy. Manchester unites with Trafford, Tamside, Salford, Stockport and other towns to form the Manchester region. From an industrial city to a prosperous city featuring finance, education, tourism, commerce and manufacturing, Manchester is the major industrial center and commodity distribution center in England and the largest financial center city in Britain except London.
Albert Square, saw the scenery of Swiss lakes and mountains, to tell the truth, Lake Windermere in England did not bring me much surprise, that sense of harmony between human and animal nature is more pure in Switzerland, so it is not photographed. It's Manchester, an industrial city I didn't expect too much, that still has some flavor. The Gothic town hall in Albert Square is very attractive. I can't be wrong to like the ancient buildings of European cities.
Albert Square is really beautiful. It's the golden zone of Manchester. The buildings here are Victorian Gothic buildings. They look artistic. There are many famous scenic spots, such as libraries and conference centers, which are really recommended.
It's the city hall in the center of the city. There's a memorial tower at the entrance. There will be some thematic activities held here. There are trams passing by. The traffic is more convenient. It's good.
This square is an inch of land, whether the house or rent can be said to be the most expensive in Mantest, and many of the houses here are Gothic, a very old building, but the older the house here, the more expensive it is.
Albert Square is in the centre of Manchester, in front of the City Hall. Square area is not big, but the layout is very coordinated, open space, green space, fountains and so on. As Christmas is approaching, a huge inflatable Santa Claus is specially arranged in the square, which adds a lot of festive atmosphere.