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The City of Birmingham, Alabama, is the largest city in the state with a population currently estimated at 212,237, and a metro population of 1,136,650. Once, the city was the primary industrial center of the southern United States. It was unique in that iron ore and coal were mined in close proximity to each other and smelted in Birmingham. At its height, the city grew so fast, it was called the “Magic City.” The statue of Vulcan, the largest cast iron statue in the world, towers over the city and commemorates its roots. Today, Birmingham has transformed itself into a medical research, banking and service-based economy. It has a world-class culinary scene with more than 500 restaurants and more green space per capita than any other city in the nation! 

Birmingham is often referred to as the cradle of the American Civil Rights Movement. The Birmingham Civil Rights Heritage Trail winds through downtown, marking significant locations along the 1963 Civil Rights march routes. Designed as a self-guided tour, the route directs visitors along this historic pathway by maps at each location.

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Cobb Lane Bed and Breakfast

1309 19th Street South, Birmingham, AL 35205

Central Region

(205) 918-9090

Distance to Birmingham: 1.53 mi

7 guest rooms individually decorated in downtown Historic District near UAB, hospitals, financial district and 41 nearby restaurants and evening entertainment venues. Can accommodate 16 guests total. Includes full hot cooked breakfast, on site free parking, access to high speed … Continue reading