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Manchester built its reputation on the wool trade and remained a small market town until the 18th century when it embraced the industrial revolution and grew to become the centre of Lancashire’s cotton industry. This is reflected in the architecture of the city and is well known for its warehouses, cotton mills, railway viaducts and canals, outstanding examples of the city’s industrial heritage
Manchester is now the largest and fastest growing employment area in the north of England. Global companies such as Kelloggs, Proctor & Gamble, Unilever have all built new facilities in and around the City.
If its creativity you are looking for, then Manchester has MediaCityUK. It is the largest purpose-built media location in Europe and is located at Salford Quays and is home to the BBC and ITV, along with dozens of smaller outlets.
Manchester has one of the largest University populations in Europe, with 80,000 across the universities. The University of Manchester boasts 25 Nobel Prize winners amongst former and current staff and is part of the prestigious Russell Group of universities. The University traces its origin back to the foundation of Owens College in 1851.
The Northern Quarter located on the edge of the city centre is a hub of creative energy also. It is home to an eclectic array of cafes, restaurants and bars with vintage boutiques art galleries and record shops tucked alongside.
If you are looking for the more main stream shops then Manchester has a choice of two fantastic shopping centres, the Arndale Centre and the Gigantic Trafford Centre with over 250 stores and 35 restaurants to choose from.
You can’t talk about Manchester without mentioning the music, the city has produced some of the most iconic artists in the world including Oasis, The Stone Roses, Happy Mondays and New Order to name a few.
The city is home to two of the biggest football teams in the world. Manchester United are based at Old Trafford with Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium, originally built for the 2002 Commonwealth games. Both these teams define a big part of Manchester’s culture and are recognisable around the world for United’s red or City’s light blue Shirts.
If you still yearn for the countryside don’t worry as the beautiful Peak district is only half an hour away with the rolling hills and quaint villages of Cheshire just past Manchester airport.
Manchester airport is easy to get to from the city, being located just 20 minutes from the city centre. The airport offers more destinations than any other UK airport with most European countries covered and international flights to the US, Asia and the Far East.
FUN FACT: In 1904, Charles Rolls and Henry Royce first met in the Midland Hotel, located in Manchester’s city centre. Two years later, the company Rolls-Royce Ltd was formed.
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