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Manchester By Hannibal Height
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The interpretation of urban space: Manchester, architecture and landscape of an European city.
Manchester By Alberto Antoniazzi
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fotografie di manchester.
Manchester. By Luca Larpi
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Poesie, domande, suggestioni di un cervello in fuga per le strade di Manchester, UK. Poems, questions, emotions of an expat living in Manchester, UK.
London | Manchester By Christopher Richards
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A collection of photographs from the cities of London and Manchester in the UK.
Guide to Manchester By World Travel Publishing
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Manchester, a city marked the beginning of the industrial revolution began to retreat from the years of stress and hard work and turns to chic, fun works of young artists. But Manchester is more than... More > just empty talk of top-class football and loud parties - it is home to many museums, fine restaurants and excellent shopping centers. Manchester is one of the hottest destinations in the UK for tourist travel. The city has a fascinating cosmopolitan atmosphere and a lot of sights, shops and shopping centers. Guide to Manchester is your one stop compendium to a great trip!< Less
Springtime in Manchester By Rae story
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The Manchester Man By Mrs George Linnaeus Banks
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The Manchester Man traces the fall and rise of Jabez Clegg, a foundling swept away in his cradle by the River Irk in flood in 1799. In this politically significant work the narrative is set against... More > the back-drop of the three decades from the Napoleonic Wars to the 1832 Reform Act, crucial years in Manchester's development as the world's first industrial city. It contains a vivid and highly accurate portrayal of the notorious Peterloo Massacre and its aftermath, as well as providing a valuable insight into the roles of some of the city's founding fathers. A riveting read for the casual reader and the serious student of Manchester history alike, complete with Introduction by Malc Cowle. Published in support of the Working Class Movement Library, 51 The Crescent, M5 4WX, situated in Manchester's twin city - Salford.< Less
Sleepless in Manchester By Karen Woods
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When Dalton’s family move to London, his girlfriend Fallon is heartbroken but promises her that, regardless of the physical distance between them, ‘love will conquer all’. Settling... More > quickly into his new life he is soon seduced by another. In Karen Woods’ seventh novel, former lovers appear to be settled with new partners at different ends of the country but will fate take a hand?< Less
It Happened In Manchester By Michael Allen
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A loving description of the emergence of the Beat Boom in Manchester, England in the early sixties, against the background of a city crawling its way into the Swinging Sixties. The book details the... More > early growth of skiffle and its rapid development into the Beat Boom. This was accompanied by the opening of scores of clubs across the area, clubs which gave the kids a place to go and the groups a place to play. By the mid-sixties Manchester had developed into one of the most vibrant and exciting entertainment centres in Britain. Clubs, dancehalls and hundreds of groups including some major names like The Hollies, Wayne Fontana and Hermans Hermits, each of which made a major impact in America. Hundreds of other, less famous groups, and the constant presence of another up and coming group called The Beatles. And, most of all, a funny, moving and wildly entertaining picture of a city by the Mersey whose important role in the pop boom of the sixties has been shamefully ignored or forgotten.< Less
It Happened In Manchester By Michael Allen
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A loving description of the emergence of the Beat Boom in Manchester, England in the early sixties, against the background of a city crawling its way into the Swinging Sixties. The book details the... More > early growth of skiffle and its rapid development into the Beat Boom. This was accompanied by the opening of scores of clubs across the area, clubs which gave the kids a place to go and the groups a place to play. By the mid-sixties Manchester had developed into one of the most vibrant and exciting entertainment centres in Britain. Clubs, dancehalls and hundreds of groups including some major names like The Hollies, Wayne Fontana and Hermans Hermits, each of which made a major impact in America. Hundreds of other, less famous groups, and the constant presence of another up and coming group called The Beatles. And, most of all, a funny, moving and wildly entertaining picture of a city by the Mersey whose important role in the pop boom of the sixties has been shamefully ignored or forgotten.< Less

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