Centenary Square, Birmingham

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    Centenary Square - Where it all happens

    by M_Street Written Dec 23, 2008

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    Centenary Square is a central point for various events throughout the year - it once was the home of the "Birmingham Eye" - a big wheel similar to the one in London.
    It is a central celebration point at New Year.

    Unique Suggestions: Make sure you visit on your way to - or from - the Gas Street Basin canal complex - it is likely that you would pass through here anyway. It lies between the canals and National Indoor Arena and Symphony Hall - and the Town Hall and the statue of the "Floosie in The Jacuzi"

    Take a look at this site (its a very irreverend look at Brum!)
    www. birminghamitsnotshit. co. uk

    Council House - and the  Centenary Square Victoria Square  - Town Hall and more canals of course! The
    Related to:
    • Arts and Culture
    • Trains
    • Architecture

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    Centenial Square is a very new...

    by Aragina Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Centenial Square is a very new part of Birmingham and is well visited, it is next to the Canal and has great pubs and restaraunts. The pic is the fountains at night.

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