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Birmingham in England is the second-largest city after London. Birmingham has a population of over one million. Birmingham is a separate district of Birmingham city and is considered the center of the West Midlands region.
This city is famous for its University and school education. In Birmingham, there are three universities, including the famous and prestigious Birmingham University, and two University colleges. The city’s schools are among the best in the annual ranking of schools.
Many of Birmingham’s attractions and landmarks are linked to its rich history.
History Of Birmingham
It is established that the first settlements on the territory of modern Birmingham appeared many thousands of years ago. Then, the area was under the grip of the Romans.
The modern city was founded here in the VI century. It developed quite rapidly and in the XII century was a major city and an important shopping center. In the XVI century, the city gained fame as a major industrial center, where small arms were manufactured: metallurgy developed here and coal and iron ore were mined.
During the industrial revolution, Birmingham used the most advanced manufacturing technology, unlike other cities where they worked on old equipment and used unskilled labor.
The people of Birmingham were resourceful, highly skilled. In addition, more inventions were patented in Birmingham during the industrial revolution than in any other British city.
Here there are new options Spradlin, blast furnace, originated in the chemical industry – mass received sulfuric acid and alkali. Immediately began the use of steam engines in industry.
In addition to popularity due to the industrial success of the city, it is gradually gaining political popularity. In the first half of the XIX century, meetings are held here, where important and necessary changes are planned for the country.
With the further development of the city, an extensive system of canals and a railway are being built. By the end of the 19th century, Birmingham had a population of about half a million, making it the second-most populous city in England.
Queen Victoria granted Birmingham city status in 1889. In 1900, the first University opened here – Birmingham.
During the Second world war, Birmingham suffered greatly from the attack of German bombers. Later, the city was restored and somewhat altered.