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  1. Castlefield - Urban Heritage Park
view the Roman Fort and the Bridgewater Canal (the world's first, since 1764)
read more: wikipedia | google images | manchester2002-uk
  2. Museum of Transport
go back in time with a collection of restored buses, coaches and trams.
read more: official site | wikipedia | tripadvisor
  3. Beetham Tower
47-storey landmark skyscraper, completed in 2006 and named after its developers.
read more: wikipedia |
  4. Town Hall
a Victorian-era, Neo-gothic municipal building, headquarters of City Council.
read more: wikipedia | floor plan | google images
  5. Manchester Stadium
the twelfth-largest in the United Kingdom, with a seating capacity of 47'805.
read more: wikipedia | | google images
  6. The Lowry Complex
stunning waterside building with movie theatres, galleries, restaurant, café and bars.
read more: google images | wikipedia | official site
  7. Police Museum
small museum exploring what policing was like in the Victorian days.
read more: official site | | bbc news
  8. Urbis
centre hosting exhibits on urban living, art, music and special events.
read more: wikipedia | official site | google images
  9. Runway Visitor Park
get close-up details on a live runway or visit aircraft exhibits.
read more: youtube | official page | tripadvisor
10. Spinningfields
20 buildings with 430,000 sq metres of commercial, residential and retail space.
read more: wikipedia | google images | justice centre

Country: United Kingdom
City area: 115.65 km2

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