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Blackburn is an industrial and minister city inhabited by circa 118 000 people. It’s located about 21 miles from Manchester, a second most populated city in the United Kingdom. Formerly, Blackburn was a mill town, which was manufacturing textiles like wool. In Doomsday book (Transcript written by the order of The William The Conqueror) the city’s name was stated as Blacheborne. The name’s real origin is unclear.
Blackburn is home for several famous landmarks. Blackburn Cathedral of St Mary’s Parish Church is a place for Anglican’s worshiping since 1826. The Architecture was designed by an English architect John Palmer. It was constructed in Gothic Revival style.
Queen Victoria’s statue can be found near the Cathedral Square. Sir Bertram McKennal, an Australian sculptor made the monument. Main components he used were Sicilian marble and grey granite plinth, which he used to form the stand.
Townhall is a building in Italian renaissance style, which was designed by an architect James Paterson. Formerly, interior was consisting of assembly room, 18 cells and a council chamber. This whole construction was finished in 1856.
In 1888 The Technical School building was established. The structure is made entirely in the Nothern Renaissance style with the use of yellow terracotta and red brick. Nowadays, it belongs to the Blackburn College. Other landmarks like Corporation Park and The Wainwright Bridge are worth to mention because they are well known places which attract tourists from around the world.
Blackburn and Darwen supported education with 25 million pounds. It significantly helped to develop educational institutions in the city. Blackburn College and St Mary’s College offer diverse list of subjects to study. They both have option to study part-time or full-time.
The highest division of the English Football league EFL Championship is set in the Ewood Park stadium, The home-ground of Blackburn Rovers.
Where to buy cotton face masks in Blackburn?
We recommend ordering the cotton face masks from our online shop. We supply ordered products from our warehouse in UK.
How quickly should i get the ordered Cotton face masks?
Shipment is done by RoyalMail. We sent orders the same day or next workday. They’re normally provided after 2-3 days.
What are the cotton face masks made of?
Main ingredients of the cotton face masks are high quality cotton and polyester which provides additional filter. The rubber tape allows to put the mask on your ears. The cotton face masks can be launder in 60 Celsius degrees and ironed in 120 Celsius degrees. It’s recommended to iron the product only from the side of the cotton layer to not damage the filter.
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