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Sunderland is a modern city, boasting a lively centre with a peaceful green environment. It has dramatic coastal scenery with its residents having an renowned inspirational attitude to life.
The city has a fast-improving centre with a desirable location, which is set by the river Wear as it meets the coastline. Surrounded by easy to get to countryside, Sunderalnd has a wide range of sporting, heritage and cultural attractions that can fulfil visitor’s needs for a short or long break.
A popular place to visit is the Sunderland Empire Theatre, the only theatre in the area with the capacity to host west end shows. The theatre opened in 1907 and still contains examples of its original Edwardian architecture. In 2009, the theatre played host to Lord of the Dance, We Will Rock You and Chicago.
St Peters Church in Monkwearmouth dates back to the Anglo-Saxon period and is recorded as being one of the United Kingdoms first stone built churches. The building of the church dates back to 674AD, and original Saxon carvings can still be seen today. The double monastery of Wearmouth-Jarrow is to be nominated to represent the UK for World Heritage Site status in 2011.
The Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens tell the story of the city from its beginning, with the winter gardens containing more than 2000 tropical plants winning countless awards.
Divided into small villages, Washington Sunderland is also worth paying a visit to. Washington became part of Sunderland in 1974 and dates as far back as the Anglo-Saxon age. This diverse town offers views of the countryside and and heritage attractions, including the Washington Old Hall, where George Washington’s five generations of ancestors once lived.
The outstanding green spaces in Sunderland make this city a platform for a number of outdoor activities and events. From the Sunderland International Airshow, to the Sunderland International Friendship Festival and fireworks at Houghton Feast, this city has something to offer to all.
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