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The Greater Manchester is a metropolitan county located in North West England. It contains ten metropolitan boroughs such as Bolton, Stockport, Wigan, Salford or Manchester. With a population of approximately 2,8 million, Greater Manchester is the second most populous urban area in the UK.

Gambling fans can find an attractive offer concerning games. Indeed, we count a dozen of gaming establishments in the area of Greater-Manchester. Within the city of Manchester itself, we can mention the Grosvenor Sommes Casino, the Genting Club Casino, the 235 Casino or the Grosvenor Casino Bury New Road. The global offer is quite large with modern slot machines, various electronic terminals, Poker Room and a high of gaming tables such as Blackjack, Roulette, Baccarat, Craps or Let it Ride.

Most of the touristic attractions in Greater Manchester are located within the city of Manchester. We can mention the MOSI, the Manchester Art Gallery or the National Football Museum. But other cities provide also great popular attraction. For example, the Lowry at Salford is the most visited place in the metropolitan county. The Bolton Museum Aquarium & Archive at Bolton, the Imperial War Museum North of Trafford and the East Lancashire Railway & Bury Transport Museum at Bury are also very popular.

The Lowry in Salford is a spectacular waterside building featuring theaters, galleries, restaurants, bars, boutiques as well as a Tourist Information Center. Built in 1999 and opened in 2000, the place is lively all year long thanks to many events. Its other advantage is to be close to the Imperial War Museum North and the football stadium of Old Trafford.

The MOSI is the abbreviation of the Museum of Science and Industry of Manchester. This gigantic structure attracts younger and older thanks to its collection and displays on the development of science, technology and industry. Exhibitions of aircrafts, computing, locomotives, communications, electricity, tensor and many more are part of the themes presented.

The Bolton Museum Aquarium and Archives is a popular and well-known public museum featuring collections of natural history, archaeology, arts, local history as well as the oldest public aquarium of the UK. This fascinating place attracts not less than nearly 380,000 visitors each year.

Sport lovers will have the opportunity to assist to a football game at the stadium of Old Trafford, home of Manchester United football team. They can also visit the National Football Museum, located right in the center of Manchester inside the Urbis building. They will learn a lot about the history of this popular sport.

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Bolton, Didsbury, Manchester, Oldham, Salford, Wigan

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