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Manchester UK medieval cathedral and Mahatma Gandhi Statue

Manchester Cathedral is a medieval cathedral located in the city center of Manchester, England. The cathedral is dedicated to St. Mary, St. Denys, and St. George. The original church on the site was built in the 7th century and was dedicated to St. Mary. The current building was constructed between the 13th and 15th centuries.

The cathedral has undergone many changes throughout its history, including restorations in the 19th and 20th centuries, as well as being damaged during World War II. The cathedral has a mixture of architectural styles, including Gothic and Perpendicular. It has many notable features, including a wooden screen, medieval misericords, and stained glass windows.

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The cathedral is the seat of the Bishop of Manchester and is also a popular venue for concerts and events. It has been used as a filming location for various TV shows and movies, including "Peaky Blinders" and "Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows."

Manchester Cathedral is open to visitors for free, but donations are welcome to help maintain the building and its many treasures.

The cathedral is located on Victoria Street and is easily accessible by public transport.

The Mahatma Gandhi Statue in Manchester is a bronze sculpture of Mahatma Gandhi, located in the city center of Manchester, England, close to the Cathedral. The statue was unveiled on November 25, 2019, to mark the 150th anniversary of Gandhi's birth. It was designed by artist Ram V Sutar.

The statue is approximately 9ft tall and depicts Gandhi in his traditional dhoti and shawl. The statue is situated in a prominent location close to the Manchester Cathedral. Gandhi had visited Manchester on his way to see mill workers in Lancashire in 1931.

The statue has been the subject of controversy, with some people criticizing Gandhi's record on issues such as race and gender. However, supporters argue that the statue serves as a reminder of Gandhi's contribution to the Indian independence movement and his legacy as a champion of nonviolent resistance.

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