Photo of Chamberlain Square, Birmingham
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This photo of Chamberlain Square in Birmingham shows the back of the town hall, and a monument to Joseph Chamberlain, who was elected mayor of Birmingham in 1873 and went on to be a member of Parliament. As mayor, he forcibly purchased Birmingham's waterworks so that he could increase the quality of water and cut the number of deaths from disease. Under his mayoralty, the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery (which borders this square to the left) was enlarged.
Chamberlain Square, Birmingham
|Date (GMT):||26/04/14 18:53|
|Original size:||3072 x 2304 pixels|
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