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Belfast

Belfast is the capital city of Norther Ireland and the place where the famous Titanic was built in 1912. The shipbuilder Harland & Wolff drawing offices as well as the iconic cranes, David and Goliath, are Belfast’s most known landmarks.

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Leeds

Leeds is the shire capital of West Yorkshire, England, and the Yorkshire and Humber district’s biggest and most crowded town. In the 13th century, Leeds began as a trivial residence area before expanding and becoming a prime hub for wool

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Leicester

Leicester was the home of Corieltauvi, a native Celtic group. According to history, in 1143, Leicester Abbey was established but was closed in the 16th century through the reign of Henry VIII. In the Middle Ages, wool was the primary

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Manchester

Manchesteris a significant city borough in the Greater Manchester central region in northwestern England and is the heart of the most significant metropolitan part of the province of England. Manchester has been considered part of the world media, the British

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