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One of the most fun free things to do in Birmingham is to explore the famed Gas Street Basin’s restored canals and old structures.
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Birmingham's Jewelry Quarter is an undeniably important part of the city. Over 200 goldsmiths' and silversmiths' workshops, primarily in the vicinity of the Clock Tower on the corner of Vyse and Frederick Streets and encircling the Georgian church of St. Paul's, produce 40% of Britain's jewels.
Since 1847, when it held the first performance of Mendelssohn's Elijah, this majestic structure, which resembles a Roman temple and features 40 exquisite Corinthian columns constructed of Anglesey marble, has been the centre of the city's music culture.
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In fact, Birmingham has more canals than Venice, and one of the finest free things to do in Birmingham is to explore the famed Gas Street Basin’s restored canals and old buildings. The city is now known for its jewellery and food, as well as its numerous cultural events and festivals, including as Europe’s second-largest St. Patrick’s Day Parade.c
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Coventry, the heart of the British automotive industry and a great day trip location, lies just 20 kilometers east of Worcester. The historical Coventry Cathedral, whose remains were integrated into the rebuilt cathedral, was destroyed by a severe bombing strike in 1940. The beautiful open squares, broad avenues, and strolling zones of Coventry are well worth visiting today.