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Churches completed in 1883, National Register of Historic Places in Birmingham, Alabama, Episcopal cathedrals in the United States, Episcopal churches in Alabama, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Alabama, Towers completed in 1885, Towers in Alabama, Bell towers in the United States, Churches in Birmingham, Alabama, Gothic Revival churches in Alabama, Religious organizations established in 1872, 1872 establishments in Alabama, Advent churches, 19th-c...
 
 
 

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Buildings and structures completed in 1959, Institutions accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, Art museums in Alabama, Museums in Birmingham, Alabama, Art museums established in 1951, 1951 establishments in Alabama, Decorative arts museums in the United States, Asian art museums in the United States, Hidden categories:, Wikipedia articles with VIAF identifiers, Wikipedia articles with LCCN identifiers, Wikipedia articles with ISNI identifiers, Wikipedia articles with BNF identifiers, W...Named for Clarence Bloodworth Hanson, Jr., former publisher of The Birmingham News and a Birmingham Museum of Art board member for 24 years, the Museum�s library is one of the most comprehensive art research libraries in the southeastern U.S. Holdings include a broad range of materials including general art reference works, auction catalogues, artists� files, periodicals, indexes, exhibition catalogs, and databases. The Chellis Wedgwood Collection, the largest and most comprehensive special ...
 
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The Robert S. Vance Federal Building and United States Courthouse, previously known as the U.S. Post Office and Federal Building & Courthouse, is located at 1800 5th Avenue North in Birmingham, Alabama. The Beaux-Arts-style building was constructed in 1921. It served historically as a courthouse of the United States District Court for the Northern District of Alabama, and as a post office. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on June 3, 1976. It is still in use by the U.S. B...
1927 establishments in Alabama, Theatres on the National Register of Historic Places in Alabama, National Register of Historic Places in Birmingham, Alabama, Cinemas and movie theaters in Alabama, Buildings and structures in Birmingham, Alabama, Theatres in Alabama, Theatres completed in 1927, Properties on the Alabama Register of Landmarks and Heritage, Mission Revival architecture in Alabama, Spanish Colonial Revival architecture in Alabama, Visitor attractions in Birmingham, Alabama, Historic...The Alabama Theatre is a movie palace in Birmingham, Alabama. It was built in 1927 by Paramounts Publix Theatre chain as its flagship theater for the southeastern region of the United States. Seating 2,500 people at the time, it was the largest in the Birmingham Theatre district. The district was once home to a myriad of large theaters that featured vaudeville, performing arts, nickelodeons, and large first-run movie palaces. The Alabama is the only district theater still operating today. Built ...
 
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 The Alabama Power Headquarters Building, is an 18 story (98 m), corporate headquarters building located in Birmingham, Alabama. The building, completed in 1990 is part of the Alabama Power Headquarters Complex which is composed of four office buildings, two parking desks, and two parking lots. The four buildings contain an estimated 1,200,000 square feet (110,000 m2) and house over 5,000 employees. The Alabama Power Headquarters Complex is one of several corporate buildings Southern Company has ...
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The Liberty National Life Complex, is a corporate office complex located in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. The complex is made up of two connecting buildings. The original building was built in 1925 and contains 10 stories. The second building, a 16 story building, was originally built in 1952 as a 10 story building, but was expanded in 1971 by six stories. The complex served as the corporate headquarters of Torchmark Corporation and its predecessor company, Liberty National Life, from 1925 until...
National Register of Historic Places in Birmingham, Alabama, Baptist churches in Alabama, History of African-American civil rights, Local civil rights history in the United States, National Historic Landmarks in Alabama, Properties of religious function on the National Register of Historic Places in Alabama, Religious organizations established in 1873, Religious buildings completed in 1911, Baptist congregations established in the 19th century, African-American history of Alabama, Landmarks in A...
History of African-American civil rights, History museums in Alabama, Institutions accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, Museums in Birmingham, Alabama, History of Birmingham, Alabama, Landmarks in Alabama, Local civil rights history in the United States, African-American museums in Alabama, Research museums in Alabama, Smithsonian Institution affiliates, African-American Civil Rights Movement (1954–68) museums, Hidden categories:, Articles lacking in-text citations from July 2011, A...Birmingham Civil Rights Institute is a large interpretive museum and research center in Birmingham, Alabama that depicts the struggles of the American Civil Rights Movement in the 1950s and 1960s. The Institute is located in the Civil Rights District, which includes the historic 16th Street Baptist Church, Kelly Ingram Park, Fourth Avenue Business District, and the Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame located in the Carver Theatre. The Institute opened in November 1992, and had more than 25,000 visitors du...
The Kirklin Clinic is the primary adult outpatient clinic of the medical staff of UAB Hospital, and of the faculty of the University of Alabama School of Medicine. Kirklin Clinic also is the site for many clinical rotations in the medical schools doctoral and residency programs. It was named for the School of Medicines pioneering cardiac surgeon John W. Kirklin, who was noted for bringing the heart-lung machine into practical use in heart surgery. It was designed by the noted architect, I. M. Pe...
Railroad Park is a 19-acre park in Birmingham, Alabama, that opened in the fall of 2010. It was designed by landscape architect Tom Leader and built by Birmingham-based Brasfield & Gorrie. The park lies immediately south of the Norfolk Southern and CSX rail lines through downtown Birmingham. It stretches from 14th Street to 18th Street along First Avenue South. UAB Hospital and Childrens Hospital of Alabama are several blocks south of the park. The park is a public facility owned by the City of ...
 
 
 Childrens of Alabama is a Pediatric health system in Birmingham, Alabama. The systems main hospital is located on the citys Southside, with additional outpatient facilities and primary care centers throughout central Alabama. The addition of the Benjamin Russell Hospital for Children to the main campus created the Russell campus, and makes it the third largest childrens hospital in the United States. It is home to the The University of Alabama at Birminghams pediatric residency program, giving i...
 
 Carraway Methodist Medical Center was a medical facility in Birmingham, Alabama founded as Carraway Infirmary in 1908 by Dr. Charles N. Carraway. It was moved in 1917 to Birminghams Norwood neighborhood. Its facilities were segregated according to skin color for much of its history and, in one instance, excluded James Peck, an injured white civil rights activist. This hospital was three miles from St. Vincents. It expanded in the 1950s and 1960s and ran into financial trouble in the 2000s, decla...
Bartow Arena is an 8,508-seat multi-purpose arena in Birmingham, in the U.S. state of Alabama. It is home to the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) Blazers mens and womens basketball teams as well as the womens volleyball team. The arena is named after Gene Bartow, the coach who largely built the schools mens basketball program from scratch over the last quarter of the 20th century. UAB initially played their games at the Birmingham�Jefferson Convention Complex Arena, but moved its game...
 

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Universities and colleges accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities, Educational institutions established in 1969, Landmarks in Alabama, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Urban 13 universities, Schools of public health in the United States, Buildings and structures in Birmingham, Alabama, Visitor attractions in Birmingham, Alabama, Optometry schools in the United States, 1969 establishments in Alabama, Hidden categories:,...The University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) is a public university in Birmingham in the U.S. state of Alabama. Developed from an academic extension center established in 1936, the institution became an autonomous institution in 1969 and is today one of three institutions in the University of Alabama System. In the fall of 2013, 18,568 students from more than 110 countries were enrolled at UAB pursuing studies in 140 programs of study in 12 academic divisions leading to bachelors, masters, doct...
The Alabama Museum of the Health Sciences was opened and dedicated at the UAB campus in 1975. It was developed to display the health sciences in the areas of education, research, and practice in the U.S. with special emphasis on the state of Alabama and its contributors to the practice of medicine. It houses a combined collection of rare and important medical books and manuscripts�dating to the Middle Ages�and equipment, instruments, and objects from the health sciences. It also houses manus...
 
 
20th-century attacks on synagogues and Jewish communal organizations, Buildings and structures in Birmingham, Alabama, Culture of Birmingham, Alabama, History of Alabama, Synagogues in Alabama, Religious organizations established in 1907, History of African-American civil rights, Conservative synagogues in the United States, 1907 establishments in Alabama, Religious buildings completed in 1926, Antisemitic attacks and incidents in the United States, Hidden categories:, All articles with unsource...
 
 The Alys Robinson Stephens Performing Arts Center (ASC) is a performing arts facility located on the campus of the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). It hosts over 250,000 people for more than 300 diverse events annually. The ASC is the center for entertainment and arts education in Birmingham and Central Alabama. The facility houses four performance venues, including the 1,330-seat Jemison Concert Hall, the 350-seat Sirote Theatre, the intimate 170-seat Reynolds-Kirschbaum Recital Hall,...
 
 

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The Red Mountain Expressway Cut, also known as the Red Mountain Geological Cut, is a section of Red Mountain that was blasted and removed in the 1960s to allow the Red Mountain Expressway to enter downtown Birmingham, Alabama. This highway links Birmingham with its southern suburbs of Homewood, Mountain Brook, and Vestavia Hills. It has spurred suburban growth towards the south of Birmingham. This section also provides the route for U.S. Route 31 (US 31) to the south (the Montgomery Highway) and...
 
 
Bethel Baptist Church in the Collegeville neighborhood of Birmingham, Alabama served as headquarters from 1956 to 1961 for the Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights (ACMHR), which was led by Fred Shuttlesworth and active in the Birmingham Civil Rights Movement. The ACMHR focused on legal and nonviolent direct action against segregated accommodations, transportation, schools and employment discrimination. It played a crucial role in the 1961 Freedom Ride that resulted in federal enforcement...
 
 
  
 
Red Mountain is a long ridge running southwest-northeast and dividing Jones Valley from Shades Valley south of Birmingham, Alabama. It is part of the Ridge-and-Valley region of the Appalachian mountains. The Red Mountain Formation of hard Silurian rock strata lies exposed in several long crests, and was named Red Mountain because of the rust-stained rock faces and prominent seams of red hematite iron ore. The mountain was the site of the Sloss Mines, which supplied ore to Birminghams iron furnac...
 Northside Birmingham is a community of Birmingham in Jefferson County, Alabama United States. Currently the North Birmingham community is further subdivided into seven neighborhoods: Acipco-Finley, Collegeville, Fairmont, Harriman Park, Hooper City, North Birmingham and Pratt City. The community consists of the area north of Downtown Birmingham between Village Creek on the south, the Louisville and Nashville Railroad to the east, Pratt to the west and the jurisdictional boundary to the north. Or...
 WBHK (98.7 FM, 98.7 Kiss FM) is an urban adult contemporary music formatted radio station owned by Summit Media that serves Birmingham, Alabama. It is currently ranked by the Arbitron rating system as the nations highest rated urban adult contemporary station. 98.7 Kiss FM is licensed to Warrior and broadcasts on the 98.7 Megahertz (MHz) frequency at effective radiated power of 39 kilowatts (kW) from atop of Red Mountain. It is owned by Summit Media LLC along with six other stations, and all sha...
 
 

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  Birmingham Terminal Station, completed in 1909, was the principal railway station for Birmingham, Alabama (USA) until the 1950s. It was demolished in 1969 and its loss still serves as a rallying image for local preservationists.  

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