This guide examines the full range and variety of Manchester's buildings old and new, from the medieval buildings of the cathedral and Cheetham's School to the architecture of the city's Victorian heyday, for example. Also included is Trafford's Imperial War Museum in the North.
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City Centre area bounded by Deansgate w Market Street
The Inner City
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