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A wide variety of ethnic groups
Birmingham is colourful: a large percentage of the population has origins in former British colonies such as India, Pakistan, the Caribbean and Ireland. In this way, the city is influenced the 150,000 residents from Kashmir and as well as the many Rastafarians. Birmingham also hosts the world's third largest St. Patrick's Day Parade (after Dublin and New York).
Going out in Birmingham
You will find a great many cafés, bars and restaurants, particularly in the area around St Paulâ€™s Square in the Jewellery Quarter. St. Paul's Square is the last remaining intact Georgian style square in Birmingham. Another lively quarter for night life is the Chinese Quarter.
Art and culture
Culture fans will enjoy the Barber Institute of Fine Arts, an art museum with works by Van Gogh, Rodin, Picasso and Monet. Especially impressive are also the library and the Central Museum.
Name: Birmingham Airport (BHX)
Location: approx. 17 km east of Birmingham
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