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Created in 1995 to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the end of World War II, this park was the site of the G8 summit in 1998, where world leaders planted trees that represented their respective countries.
Holloway Head/Granville St., Birmingham B1 1SB, England
I took some friends here when we were on the way to City Mission. We spent a few minutes just sitting and listening. we couldn't believe we were in a busy City Centre. Buses ran along the side and there was a large school across...More
A small park near the Birmingham city center, walking distance from the Mailbox and Gas Street. One of the landmarks of the upper part of the city, it hosts the remains of a church that got destroyed during a German air raid on the city...More
I can remember playing under the ww1 memorial colonnade when it took pride and place on Broad street as a kid , so many crap redevelopments in Birmingham I was that Birmingham city council hadn't ground this memory to dust. As for the monument and...More
Walking past on our way to the Sealife Centre I was enchanted by the little building, We had a look around but after a few minutes decided to get out of the area as there was a group of around 10 getting drunk, Not wanting...More
We visited as it was on the way to Broad St from our hotel. Whilst I'm not sure it would be worth a major detour, it's definitely worth a visit if you're nearby. Lots of people jus say round reading their book or chatting was...More
Firstly, there is no gift shop, no cafe etc.
It is literally just the remainder of the bombed out church (just the front entrance remains, arguably the best part).
If you'd like to enjoy a drink/snack etc,there is a Tesco Express directly opposite the church...More
Saw this church from the top of Marco Pierres restaurant. After looking it up on Google, it sounded well worth a visit. The building is beautiful and the peace gardens are very nice. The quotes and trees are an interesting read. It is a little...More
Came across these gardens whilst walking in the area and were surprised to find them at the end of this residential street.
The Lovely Architecture and design work stands out well against this backdrop.
Not a typical flower garden but one of quite tranquility.
When I moved to Birmingham in 2003 this park was almost a no-go area. Its changed a lot since then and for the better. The run down industrial units in this area have been replaced with luxury apartment blocks and the drop out alcoholics have...More