Here are some facts you probably didn’t know about Birmingham.
The first, there are over 8,000 acres of parks and open space in the city. It is known for being one of the most environmentally places in Britain. Most of the museums are located in the parks.
The second, a third of the residents in Birmingham are of ethnic origin, which makes Birmingham a melting pot of cultures. This trickles down to many aspects of life traditions and food. Curry is a fine example of how influential cultures have become in Birmingham.
The third, Birmingham is the youngest city in Europe, that is, it houses the most number of young people in a city in Europe with 40% of the population being under twenty five. The three large universities in the area play a large part to this.
The fourth, Birmingham has more canals than Venice or Amsterdam. That’s 35 miles of canals, as opposed to Venice’s 26.
The fifth, there are over 30 towns named Birmingham in the planet. But of course, Birmingham UK holds its own among the other towns for its unique beauty and culture.