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Виртуальное путешествие по
городу Шеффилд
Презентацию подготовил студент:
Тян Даниил Матвеевич;
ГБОУ СПО Тверской машиностроительный
колледж;
Отделение : «Техническая эксплуатация и
обслуживание электрического и
электромеханического оборудования», III курс
Руководитель: Баранова Светлана
Александровна
Contents:
 The brief history of Sheffield
 Showplaces of Sheffield:
-the oldest buildings;
-the theaters;
-the museums;
-the gardens;
-the University of Sheffield
 The traditions of Sheffield
The brief history of Sheffield
Sovereign
state
United
Kingdom
Constituent country England
Region Yorkshire and the
Humber
Ceremonial country South
Yorkshire
Area of City 142.06 sq mi
(367.94 km2)
Population
-City 551,800 (Ranked 3rd)
-Dencity
4,000/sq
mi
(1,500/km2)
Sheffield
is
a
city
and
metropolitan
borough
in
South
Yorkshire, England. Historically part of the West Riding of Yorkshire, its name
derives from the River Sheaf, which runs through the city. With some of its
southern suburbs annexed from Derbyshire, the city has grown from its largely
industrial roots to encompass a wider economic base.
During the 19th century,
Sheffield
gained
an
international reputation for
steel production. Many
innovations
were
developed
locally,
including crucible and
stainless steel, fuelling an
almost tenfold increase in
the population during the
Industrial
Revolution.
Sheffield
received
its
municipal charter in 1843,
becoming the City of
Sheffield in 1893.
Showplaces of Sheffield:
Sheffield Cathedral
Sheffield Cathedral has a long
history. The first mention of the
fact that this place was the
church belong to the XII
century. In 1266 it was burned
during the war against King
Henry III. In 1280 a new church
was built. Especially proud of
the parishioners of the Cathedral
is a church organ and bells.
Sheffield City Hall
Sheffield City Hall is a Grade II* listed building in Sheffield, England,
containing several venues, ranging from the Oval Concert Hall which seats over
2,000 people to a ballroom featuring a sprung dance floor. It is currently operated
by Sheffield International Venues. The large hall dominates Barker's Pool, one of
Sheffield's central squares, which also contains the city's War Memorial.
Old Queen's Head
 The Old Queen's Head is a public
house on Pond Hill in the City of
Sheffield, England, that occupies
the oldest domestic building in the
city. This timber framed building is
thought to date from 1475. By the
beginning of the 19th century the
building was being used as a
residence. The Queen in the pub's
name is likely Mary, Queen of
Scots, who was imprisoned in
Sheffield from 1570 to 1584.
Lyceum Theatre
 There has been a theatre on the site since 1879 when The Grand
Varieties Theatre was built. Made of wood and originally intended
to be used as a circus, the theatre was managed by the parents of the
music hall comedian Dan Leno in 1883. Over the years the building
changed ownership many times, being used variously as a bingo
hall and a rock concert venue.
Crucible Theatre
 The Crucible Theatre was built by M J Gleeson and opened in 1971,
replacing the Playhouse Repertory theatre in Townhead Street.
Weston Park Museum
 The Museum Weston
Park is located two
kilometers from the city
center, and close to the
Park
Weston
Park,
surrounded
by
the
University of Sheffield.
The Museum was opened
in 1875 and originally
located in Weston Hall
which in 1887 was added
Mappin Art Gallery. In
the 1930s, Weston Hall
was demolished and in its
place was built a modern
Museum building.
Kelham Island Museum
 Kelham Island Museum was opened in 1982. Place in
which now houses the museum was originally
occupied by the construction of a mill that used the
energy of falling water from the nearby river. Later, in
1829 there were built factories for the production of
pig iron, which worked before the 1890s. Currently,
there is an Kelham Island Museum.
Peace Gardens
 The gardens were created in 1938, after the demolition of St Paul's
church which stood on the site. Originally planned as a temporary
gardens in the future in their place, the building should appear
expanding Town Hall. However, the Second World War thwarted
those plans.
Sheffield Winter Garden
 Sheffield Winter Garden
is one of the largest
conservatories
in
Europe. In the winter
garden contains more
than 2,000 plants from
around the world. Grand
opening of the garden
was 22 May 2003,
which was attended by
Queen Elizabeth II.
University of Sheffield
 University of Sheffield, one of the leading research universities in
the UK, is consistently ranked in the top 20 universities in the
United Kingdom. The university was founded in 1828 through the
merger of three colleges.
The traditions of Sheffield
 The locals are very sensitive to their history and culture, each year
held in Sheffield incredibly beautiful historical festival. The festival
highlights not only the local culture, but also the history of distant
countries.
 Event attendees can learn a lot of interesting things about
ancient Greece and Rome, to watch the battles of the
Vikings, affected during the festival and the theme of
famous historical events.
Conclusion
 In my opinion, vacationing in Sheffield will
appeal to those who enjoy an active lifestyle. It
seems that the vanity on the streets does not
disappear even at night. Despite the lively
atmosphere in the town has a very pacified and
measured environment. Tourists can be no doubt
that from the first minute of your stay in the city
they will feel at home. Lively and harmonious
Sheffield is the perfect holiday destination.
Список использованных источников:
http://atlasprotour.ru
http://www.orangesmile.com
https://ru.wikipedia.org
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