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Birmingham is a city and metropolitan borough in the West Midlands county of England, and, with a population of over 1 030 000 inhabitants, it is the most populous British city outside London. Its residents are known as the "Brummies", a term derived from the city's nickname of "Brum", which may originate from the its dialect name, Brummagem, believed to have been derived from one of the city's earlier names, "Bromwicham".
Due to the fact that it was the powerhouse of the Industrial Revolution in England, Birmingham is also known as "the workshop of the world" or the "city of a thousand trades". Besides being a national commercial centre, being named as the second-best place in the United Kingdom to locate a business, Birmingham is also a national hub for conferences, retail and events, and it is the fourth-most visited city by foreign visitors in the UK, as well, having the second-largest city economy in the UK, and often being referred to as the Second City.
Over the last century, Birmingham has had a vibrant and varied musical history and made a major contribution to the musical culture of the United Kingdom, being often described as the birthplace of heavy metal music, with Judas Priest, Black Sabbath, Magnum and two members of Led Zeppelin being local.
Birmingham is a historic city with a past going back as far as the Bronze age and beyond, which is kept alive, today, by the many landmarks, historic buildings and sites, found in its area, such as Aston Hall, built by Sir Thomas Holte in 1618, one of England's greatest Jacobean Country Houses, Bantock House, dating since 1788, home to fine examples of art, also devoting a section to the history of Wolverhampton, and the Handsworth Old Town Hall, dating back to around 1460, one of the finest examples of a cruck building in the UK.
The Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery is considered not-to-be-missed, when visiting Birmingham. It is best known for its works by the Pre-Raphaelites, a collection "of outstanding importance", and for holding a significant selection of old masters, including major works by Bellini, Rubens, Canaletto and Claude, and particularly for the strong collections of seventeenth century Italian Baroque painting and English watercolours.
Thinktank, the city's main science museum, is also considered a major attraction in Birmingham, being home to the Smethwick Engine, the world's oldest working steam engine, also featuring an IMAX cinema and a planetarium where the outer space is brought on Earth.
Other major attractions in Birmingham's area, include: the National Sea Life Centre in Brindleyplace, the Birmingham Back to Backs, the last surviving court of back-to-back houses in the city, the Lapworth Museum of Geology at the University of Birmingham, St Chad's Cathedral, the first Roman Catholic cathedral to be built in the UK, since the Reformation, St Philip's Cathedral, the Town Hall, the Barber Institute of Fine Arts, the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, and The Council House, headquarters of Birmingham City Council.