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    From shopping excursions in Selfridges, the Mailbox and the Bullring to theatre experiences at much-loved venues like the Hippodrome and the Rep, Birmingham boasts plenty to see and do.
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    Coventry Cathedral, Warwick Castle, Charlecote Park, Compton Verney and the delightful town of Royal Leamington Spa join Shakespeare’s Stratford-upon-Avon on the list of Warwickshire’s must-visit places of interest.
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    The birthplace of Elgar, Worcestershire is well known for its music events, most famously the Three Choirs Festival. Worcester Cathedral and the Malvern Hills are among the other well-known attractions.
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    Enjoy a taste of the Black Country at great venues and visitor attractions, from the Wolverhampton Grand Theatre to Dudley Zoo, the Black Country Living Museum and Dudley Canal Tunnel & Limestone Mines.
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    The remains of Roman cities, ancient churches and medieval castles are much in evidence in Shropshire, a county which also boasts the Severn Valley Railway and the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site.
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    Home to two fabulous theme parks - Alton Towers and Drayton Manor - Staffordshire is also known as the world capital of ceramics. Trentham Monkey Forest and Lichfield Cathedral are other popular attractions to experience.
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