David Bowie street art, Manchester
I've rambled on about the sterilisation of Manchester over the last few years, so following the recent death of David Bowie the street artist Akse got a little bit busy on Stevenson Square and produced something a little special. Other art work currently in the Northern Quarter can be found, just not as stunning. Rather cool, I thought. Follow @fragglehunter
The Tib Street Horn
Dragonlike - The Big Horn Sculpture by David Kemp - It's not really a saxophone, nor a dragon, coiled on the gothic stump of a Victorian hat factory in Manchester
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Example of 19th century working-class Manchester
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Manchester's stunning Central Library recently reopened after undergoing major renovations. The building was originally completed in 1934 and its design is loosely based on the Pantheon in Rome. This photo originally appeared on the @WeAreMCR Instagram account and was taken by @sarahcawdell.