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I didn't plan to go and see this building, but when I was passing by I was just stopped by the excellence of architecture. It's wonderful, I've spent quite a long time contemplating the details and decorations.
This nicely maintained building is an excellent example of Victorian Birmingham. I believe for most of the 29th century, this was an independent school of art and architecture and a testament to the progressive way in which local leaders viewed their booming industrial city.
This is one of the most beautiful buildings in Birmingham and worth seeking out.
It's near St Philips Cathedral and the Council House.
I don't think you can go inside.
There are other attractive Victorian buildings in the area. This is the most attractive part...More