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360 views across Birmingham and Solihull
Back to Backs Back to Backs
Three of Birmingham's historic back to back terraced houses have been restored and are now open to the public.
Brindley Place Brindley Place
Brindley Place is an excellent place to head for if you are into sightseeing and enjoying a good drink.
Birmingham Rep Birmingham Rep Theatre
On 15 February 1913, Sir Barry Jackson opened the Birmingham Repertory Theatre on Station Street.
Birmingham Buddhist Vihara Birmingham Buddhist Vihara
Take a look inside the Birmingham Buddhist Vihara with our exclusive panoramic images.
Birmingham Central Mosque Birmingham Central Mosque
The Mosque was the first purpose built mosque in England and was the largest mosque in Europe.
The Bullring The Bullring
The Bullring provides over 110,000 sq m (1.2m sq ft) of retail space.
Cannon Hill Park Cannon Hill Park
The park includes a canoe pool, bowls, putting, tennis, fishing and tea rooms.
Concorde at Birmingham International Airport Concorde at Birmingham Airport
Look around Birmingham International Airport, where you can see Concorde during her final tour across the UK.
Edgbaston Cricket Ground Edgbaston Cricket Ground
Take a look around Edgbaston Cricket ground with our exclusive panoramic images.
The Lickey Hills The Lickey Hills
The Lickey Hills covers 524 acres. The hills are covered by woodland, marshy areas and heathland.
The Mailbox The Mailbox
Mailbox contains shops, hotels, restaurants and bars, offices and will be the new home for BBC Birmingham.
The Nature Centre The Nature Centre
The Nature Centre is situated two miles from Birmingham's city centre and covers six and a half acres.
The Wheel of Birmingham The Wheel of Birmingham
The 'Wheel of Birmingham' has returned to Centenary Square and it's bigger than ever.
Singers Hill Singers Hill Synagogue
Singers Hill was built in 1856 and has played an important part in the life of the Jewish community.
Sutton Park Sutton Park
Around two million people a year visit Sutton Park Nature Reserve - Check out our panoramic images.
St Martin's in the Bullring St Martins in the Bullring
St Martins now takes centre stage in St Martin's Square and the Bullring.
St Philip's Cathedral St Philip's Cathedral
St Philip's is the Church of England cathedral and a major centre piece in Colmore Row.
The view from Pebble Mill, The Mailbox and The Bullring Webcams
See our Webcams Index. We have live images of The Bullring, The Mailbox and Pebble Mill.
Where would you like to see a panoramic picture tour? We're looking for YOUR suggestions of Birmingham and Solihull. Please e-mail us your ideas.
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