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Lying in the eastern foothills of the Pennines, Bradford is one of the largest cities in the UK. It is a metropolitan borough in West Yorkshire, England with a population of over 500,000 people. Bradford is the 3rd-largest city in the Yorkshire and the Humber region after Leeds and Sheffield and the 7th-largest in the United Kingdom. The city has made several contributions to the film industry and was also the world’s first City of Film by UNESCO (The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization). It’s an interesting place to live just 45-minutes’ drive away from Leeds and an hour's drive from Manchester.
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The city flourished and reached its peak during the Victorian period thanks to its textile manufacture, particularly wool. The city still has a large amount of listed Victorian architecture from this period, including the grand Italianate City Hall. Located in the centre of the city’s historic trading quarter, Sunbridge Wells offers a truly unique, contemporary retail and entertainment experience but with a firm nod to the past. The unique feature about this place is its subterranean setting, with a large number of Victorian-style units running the length of several underground tunnels. If you want to enjoy the evenings with friends then a visit to the popular ‘The Underground’ is a must. It has rapidly become one of Bradford’s most popular nightspots, hosting a wide range of musical acts across a variety of genres.
Things to do in Bradford
Visit the National Science and Media Museum to know about the science and culture of light and sound technology. It has 3 cinema screens, some interactive galleries, and exciting collections of photography, film and TV. When you wish to relax and enjoy some me-time, head to the Peel Park has, a large area of parkland with a beautiful lake. The park holds a Green flag and you can play tennis and other sports with your friends here. Another nice place to visit is the City Park where you can see fountain displays with laser lights at dusk. Constructed in 1913, the Bradford Alhambra Theatre is a notable historic point on the Bradford horizon, together with the arches and skyline of the Bradford Odeon.
Universities in Bradford
The city is home to the famous University of Bradford , which received its Royal Charter in 1966, but dates back to the 1860s. It’s a public research university with a student population of around 10,000 students from different countries around the world. The university is considered as one of the world’s great technology universities, offering world-class teaching, underpinned by cutting-edge research with practical applications to solve modern day’s problems. The main campus of University of Bradford is within easy walking distance of the city centre, where you can find a wide range of bars, cafes, and restaurants.
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