Cultural Building sights in Northwest England
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Just behind the town hall, the elegant Roman Pantheon lookalike Central Library was built in 1934. It is the country's largest municipal library, with more than 20 miles of shelves.
Built in 1421, is the city’s oldest structure that’s still completely intact – and was where Messrs Marx and Engels used to study (by the big bay window in the main reading room). It is only open by prearranged visit, as it is part of a national school for young musicians.