Bull Ring, Birmingham

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    The Bull
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    St Martin's Church
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    Inside the shopping centre
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    The Bull Ring market

    by Carmela71 Updated Apr 2, 2003

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    The Bull Ring market is found just south of the eastern end of New Street.

    Although there is no longer a meat market here, the Bull Ring is still made up of several other distinct markets, which are held every day except Sundays and Mondays.

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  • The Bull Ring is where...

    by Moricamby Written Aug 24, 2002

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    The Bull Ring is where Birmingham began 900 years ago. Go shopping in the Bull Ring. There are five markets, including a fish market (fresh every day) and a flea market.
    Historically, there's been a market on this site for 900 years. It's a working market, where Brummies themselves shop. Reputedly Samuel Goldwyn (MGM) started his working life as a barker here. Experience the raw humour of the traders, and pick up some bargains.

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    Shop to you drop!!

    by graphixs1 Updated Mar 30, 2007

    While in Birmingham you must take in the Bull ring! You can shop dozens and dozens of stores right off the main train and bus lines. Easy to get to and lots of choices of stores.

    Bull Ring Exterior Bull Ring in background St. Martins in foreground
    Related to:
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    • Family Travel

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    The old and the new

    by Maggies Written Feb 13, 2005

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    St. Martin's Church and Selfridges in the back make an impressive view. I really like the way the 2 completelly different styles are set together.

    St. Martin's Church and Selfridges

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    Nelsons Statue

    by Imbi Written Jan 16, 2003

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    It may not have a column like some other tributes to the great naval leader.Not as well known as its equivalent in Londons Trafalgar Square, but worth a look nonetheless.

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