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Bradford is one of the ten largest cities in Britain with a population of over 450,000 people.

Bradford is home to the wonderful National Museum of Photography, Film and Television, as featured so memorably in Bill Bryson's book Notes from a Small Island.

Once famous for its woolen textile manufacture, Bradford is now best known as one of the best cities in Britain to eat a curry - check out the Bradford Curry Guide for a list of the best restaurants and eateries.