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111 Places in Manchester

That You Shouldn't Miss

Julian Treuherz, Peter de Figueiredo

Contains numerous colour photographs

240 pages

13,5 x 20,5 cm

5,25 in. x 8 in.
ISBN: 978-3-7408-1862-3


£ 13.99
$ 23.95

111 Places in Manchester

That You Shouldn't Miss


Manchester is full of surprises, from banners of protest to Bury black pudding, from Karl Marx’s desk to George Best’s Mini car. You can sip cocktails in a launderette, have a beer in an underground bar that used to be a toilet, nosh on Australian-style brunch
or play ping-pong with your bartender. Shop in an organic whole-foods co-operative or visit the first
Co-op where it all began. Discover half-timbered houses and hundreds of hats. Swim in a Victorian baths, whizz round Britain’s first Olympic cycling track or relax in an art deco cinema – Manchester
is not what you expect.

Julian Treuherz

Julian Treuherz was born in Littleborough and went to school in Manchester, when he first got to know the city. He later returned to work as a curator at the Manchester Art Gallery before disappearing down the M62 to run the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. He is an expert on Victorian art and the Pre-Raphaelites. 


Peter de Figueiredo

Peter de Figueiredo was brought up in Cheshire, studying architecture at the Manchester School of Art and urban design at the University of Manchester, leading to a career in historic buildings conservation. For many years he was based at the Manchester office of English Heritage, before running his own consultancy.



Liverpool Echo about 111 Places in Liverpool

"Discover these secret or lesser known features of Liverpool that are worth exploring even if you've lived in the city all your life"

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