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Birmingham, AL Custom Rubber Stamps
Birmingham is one of the largest cities in the state of Alabama with a population exceeding 240,000. But that’s not all, its metro population has reached a staggering 1,079,090. The city was founded in 1871 and was formed after the merger of three farm towns. The city began growing from there until it started taking control of its smaller neighbors. Birmingham was an industrial hub which primarily focused on mining operations. This is one of the reasons why the city was named after the city of Birmingham in England which itself was a major industrial city. Additionally, it was referred to as ‘Magic City’ since it expanded and grew so fast.
Coming from humble beginnings, Birmingham has come a long way and has transformed into a service-based economy which relies on its banking and medical research sectors. It is a fine city, fit for living with its own culinary scene, a vibrant downtown and greener space per capita than any other city in North America.
The city houses three universities and colleges each, four junior colleges, three religious training schools, three technical schools and four business schools. Moreover, it has more than 250 public schools as well. Plus, it has more than 450 restaurants which include motel and hotel establishments, fast food outlets and full service restaurants.
View of Downtown Birmingham, Photo Credit Wikipedia
The city has a lot of attractions and is home to several different museums including the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame and the McWane Science Center. Several cultural festivals showcasing films, regional heritage and music are also presented in the city of Birmingham. Its annual festival alone drew an estimated 5,000 people.
There are various other attractions which represent Birmingham and its progress in all its glory. The Vulcan Statue represents the Roman God of iron, blacksmiths and fire. Not only is it a symbol but the statue rests above Birmingham and is open to visitors. Other attractions also include the Birmingham Botanical Gardens, the Birmingham Zoo, Kelly Ingram Park, the Summit and the Tannehill Iron Furnaces.