The city of Birmingham is located in England in the west Midlands district. The city has an area of 267.8 km2 holding a population, the number of which was 1.149 depending on 2019 statistics.
The city is home to several industrial landmarks dating back to the Industrial Revolution era during the 18th century. In addition, it has a number of network canals, lots of which emerge from “Sherborn Wharf”. Nowadays, they are stuffed with modern cafes and bars.
(The Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery) is famous for masterpieces relating to the 19th century. The ethnic groups living in the city are of different nationalities, the most of which are Europeans, then Africans, followed by Asians, then Chinese and some other insignificant groups.
The name “Birmingham” comes from the Old English “Beorningaham” which indicates the house of “Beormingas” – a clan the name of which relates to “Beorma’s” people to which the first unit of Anglo-Saxon might refer.
(The Elyton Land Company) comprising investors of cotton planters, bankers and railroad entrepreneurs built Birmingham on the 1st of June, 1871 at the crossing of two rail lines near the richest region, having so much minerals’ deposits the majority of which is iron.