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Such is the life at this beautiful city of England. The flow of water in the rivers, the beautiful scenarios makes Sheffield a place to visit for its quietness and serenity and is hence known as the city of hills and rivers.
The city has more trees than encountered in any of the Europe which seems to be all the more commendable. Situated at the South Yorkshire, England, the city got its name because of the river Sheaf that runs through the city. There are also partner rivers flowing with Sheaf river namely, Don, Porter, Loxely, Rivelyn and Meersbrook.
The connectivity of the rivers together makes Sheffield known to its people. Well, the race for its fame doesnot just ends here as the city is also famous for the production of steel. Steel as all knows is the upmost reason for the infrastructure and the economic development of any country, any city.
In the 19th century Sheffield gained the world wide fame for the making of this hard and strengthening feature. Many innovations were developed locally which made crucible and stainless steel. And this was a core reason for the increase in its population in the Industrial revolution then.
Although an effort to keep the industry running, there seemed to be come a patch where Sheffield population was affected, because of the collapsed national coal industry nearby to the city. It was a dark patch in the lives of the city of hills. However, with every downfall comes a breakthrough-a rise in the development of the city.
And thus in the 21st century came in the re-development of Sheffield and all the neighbouring cities of UK. This re-development brought with it a great amount of steady growth economically ranging around 5% annually monetary increase, and bringing about yet again stability in the city. And lush greenery, and the birds chirping every where and not to forget the connectivity of the watercourse all this brought back life of the lost Sheffield city.
Now lets give you an idea about the arty background of the city. Culture and ethnicity of any society is the first thing that an individual comes across. Culture opens and brings out the sense of beauty of the country and the city it belongs and represents to.As far as the cultural life of Sheffield is concerned, theres a lot to share about it. So we shall start off from people of the city.
The residents of Sheffield are known as Sheffielders. They are also equally known to people in the surrounding towns of Barnsley, Doncaster, Rotherham and Chesterfield as dee-dars (which derives from the traditional pronunciation of the th in the dialectal words thee and thou, which is now extremely rare to hear). Coming back to the the city itself, analysing the various art galleries of the city, the different art galleries there, have a spectacular collections of the city, which is a treat to watch out for when planning to visit Sheffield.
There are a number of art galleries situated in the city, but out of them three art galleries are worth mentioning. Sheffield is fortunate in having three very special places to show art - the Graves Art Gallery, the Mappin Art Gallery and the Millennium Galleries. The Graves is part of Tudor Square, in the centre of the city, with the new Millennium Galleries (incorporating the Ruskin Galleries) is nearby on Arundel Gate.
The Mappin is easily accessible and adjacent to this City Museum, in the grounds of Western Park, close to the University of Sheffield. The art galleries provide its visitors with all sort of informations regarding the city ranging from A-Z related to its culture, origin, creativity of the city...you name it and all the required information lies there.
So the people who have a keen interest in museums and art galleries now know which ones to visit and where. You will love the atmosphere around, besides it is one of the cosmopolitan cities of UK. Sheffield famous for the vibrant and the colourful lives is worth the visit. According to Oscar Wilde, The critic has to educate the public; the artist has to educate the critic. .
When discussing the cultural life, one cannot ignore the literacy running of the city. Education is yet another attraction for the students who intend to continue there studies overseas. Sheffield is famous for those students who wish to continue their studies further at a prestigious university.
Sheffield also has been given the opportunity to have two universities namely,The university of Sheffield and the Sheffield Hallam University which combined together accommodates around 55,000 students from far east yearly. By accomodaton it means that the city has a lot of bars,cafes,pubs, shops and housing facilities for these students, providing them with ease and comfort zone.
Sheffield also has known education colleges which is also a merger of six colleges, (by also it means recalling the six rivers flowing as mentioned earlier), which has now reduced to four colleges merged together each operating as semi-autonomous constituents of Sheffield. The city also happens to have accurately 141 primary schools and 27 secondary schools in number.
There is summer in some parts of the world and winter in some.For people who would avoid hot summers and people who just cannot stand the heat, they can very much plan to come to UK,especially Sheffield city,where it is cold yet cosy for individuals who wish to plan such a voyage which is worth the visit under pleasant atmosphere.It is a fact that the temperature plays a vital role in the lives of every day people.
And also people visiting places and want to enjoy every moment spent at viewing the beauty of a city, weather conditions apply a great deal in shopping or travelling or else are their for the education purpose.
In a nut shell, Sheffield is a city worth spending your pockets on.A city which will have such a tremendous effect on the visitors that they would definitely want to come to this beautiful hilly land with rivers.
You can be in a cocktail bar in the city centre and only be 5 miles from the Peak District, watch a play in the biggest theatre complex outside London and eat out at award winning restaurants. Sheffield is quickly becoming one of the most exciting cities in the North, but it refuses to fit the mould of any other place. To know about its uniqueness, you have to see it to believe it.