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Peace Gardens, Birmingham

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  • 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 ...  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 grou...  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 gett...  more »