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City Centre

A city centre is the commercial, cultural and often the historical, political and geographic heart of a city.

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La Machine (production Company) - La Princesse - City Centre Rampage
... as planned with the spider awakening and starting to walk up Water Street towards the city centre ... the middle of this crowd, up through the city centre's streets, and right into the heart of the city's shopping district ... of a victory parade of a football team or the crowds attracted by the Beatles to the city centre in their heyday ...
List Of Conservation Areas In The West Midlands (county) - Wolverhampton
... / 52.579 -2.154 Bilston Town Centre 1975 Boundaries were adjusted 30 September 2002. 2°08′13″W / 52.584°N 2.137°W / 52.584 -2.137 Cleveland Road, City Centre 13 June 1996 None ... / 52.575°N 2.130°W / 52.575 -2.130 Old Hall Street, City Centre 26 October 1995 None ...
List Of Junctions On Leeds City Centre Loop Road
... The Leeds city centre Loop Road is a one-way traffic route of approximately two miles within the city centre of Leeds, which encircles a large section of the shopping/retail district ...
City Centre, Dundee - Developments
... has been a lot of development of the city with lots of construction work going on, with the Scottish Social Services Council, The Care Commission and the Office of the Scottish ... Beechwood Blackness Broughty Ferry Camperdown Charleston City Centre Claverhouse Craigiebank Douglas Downfield Fairmuir Fintry Gowrie Park Hilltown Kirkton Law Linlathen Lochee Logie Menzieshill ...
Santa Teresa Tram - History
... trams have run longer New Orleans (since 1835), Boston (1856), Mexico City and Philadelphia (both 1858) ... a Tijuca, the service ran between the city centre and Tijuca ... Rio de Janeiro Botanical Garden, 10 km from the city centre ...

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