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Derby is a unitary authority located next to the river Derwent, in the center of England (United Kingdom), which has 221,716 inhabitants. In Derby is one of the most important railway stations in England.
Derby is known for the manufacture of the Crown Derby, which is a high quality porcelain, also produces parts for vehicles and airplanes.
In the days of Ancient Rome a military post was built in this place, where a British colony was located. This municipality achieved great prosperity with the arrival of the railroad in the mid-19th century. In 1977 Derby was declared a city.
The city gives its name, usually in football, to the clashes of two teams from the same city. Also to an important horse race.
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The Stay Company, Derby Central
Grand Central Littleover Deluxe Apartments
Comfort Stay Apartments Derby
Our selection of Hotels in Derby
Clarion Collection Hotel Makeney Hall ★★★
Holiday Inn Derby Riverlights ★★★★
Holiday Inn Express Derby Pride Park
Jurys Inn Derby ★★★★
All Saints Cathedral (as its literal translation of its original name in English would say), known as the Derby Cathedral in the United Kingdom, is a cathedral church in the city of Derby, England, United Kingdom. It is the seat of the Bishopric of Derby since 1927, and with an area of about 10,950 square meters it is the smallest Anglican cathedral in England.
Inside are the remains of the renowned builder of three great works of the Elizabethan era: Chatsworth, Hardwick Hall and Oldcotes, Bess de Hardwick and the English physicist and chemist Henry Cavendish.
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Langdale House for Contractors
Corporate Clients - Contractors Welcome - Long Stays Available -
Our selection of Hotels in Derby Cathedral
OYO Hotel at Derby Conference Centre near London Road Hospital ★★★new
Georgian House Hotel
Best Western The Stuart Hotel ★★★★
pentahotel Derby ★★★★
Pickford's House Museum
Pickford's House Museum (in English: Pickford's House Museum of Georgian Life and Costume) ?, No. 41 of the Friar Gate, Derby, is an elegant Georgian house built by the prominent English architect Joseph Pickford in 1770 for his own family. The ground floor is presented as it could have been in Pickford's time, together with costume samples from the 18th and 19th centuries. It is owned and managed by the City Council of Derby.
"The Pickford House" was built with the intention of showing their work and getting new contacts. It was also his residence. At the rear of the property, there was the patio of its builder, and the access was by a driveway to the right of the property.