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I went to see the Chamberlain Memorial Fountain but the whole square was barricaded and closed to public as there was some demolition work in progress adjoining the square.
It was early in the morning and there was no work going on so I decided...More
Sitting pride of place at the centre of Chamberlain Square is the memorial fountain. It was unveiled in 1880 to honour the politician Joseph Chamberlain who was mayor of Birmingham from 1873-6.
The monument stands in front of the main museum and art gallery which...More
The Chamberlain memorial was erected in honor of Joseph Chamberlain, one of Birmingham's most renowned figures, having been a businessmen, councilor, mayor and member of Parliament.
The Joseph Chamberlain commemorative fountain was erected on the 20th October 1880 in chamberlain square, who was present at...More