Which part of England is Bradford in?
The English metropolis Bradford is located in the county of West Yorkshire and brought it to prosperity from the middle of the 19th century through wool processing and the growing textile industry. Today, about half a million people live in the metropolitan area. Bradford is a multicultural city with a high proportion of Asians and Muslims. The metropolis has the highest proportion of Pakistanis in the UK and is called the curry capital of England.
Bradford is known in the UK for its numerous industrial monuments from the heyday of the textile industry. The suburb of Saltaire with its typical workers’ settlement is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In the center you will find many magnificent buildings from the Victorian era. A special building is the cathedral with Gothic architecture from the 15th century, when Bradford first became known as an emerging commercial city. Both Bradford and nearby Leeds were industrial strongholds in the heart of England. In the middle of the 19th century. At the beginning of the twentieth century, Bradford was home to around 120 factories, which processed, among other things, worsted wool.
Is Bradford in Yorkshire or Manchester?
Is Bradford part of London?
Is Bradford at the Centre of UK?