Birmingham is the largest town in Alabama. It is considered as big city or Metropolitan in the county seat of Jefferson County. In 2010, the total population of the city was estimated at 212,237 at 2010 and 212,413 at the next year. It is an area of 151.9 sq miles or approximately 393.4 km². It usually has weather at 21°C. During a survey in 2013, it has 9% unemployment rates.
Birmingham Alabama has popular places. here are three of them:
- Birmingham Zoo.
It is a great place established in 1955 in Birmingham, Alabama as zoological park for public. It was built in area of 122-acre as home for more than 800 animals (and keep growing) over 200 species. It has species from another continents as well. Few animals which about too extinct also available. Three unique animals such as Akili, Kwanzaa and Babec exist in the zoo.
- Birmingham–Jefferson Convention Complex.
It is wonderful place for convention and entertainment built in the center of Birmingham, U.S. state of Alabama.
- Birmingham Museum of Art.
A very interesting place for family and student whom willing to learn and watch more than 24,000 paintings, sculptures, prints and drawings. It was Founded in 1951 in the middle of Birmingham.
In simple conclusion, Birmingham in Alabama is big city with many interesting places. It also home for many big Favorite University as well. Take closer look on the colleges available in Birmingham.
- Birmingham Southern College.
The university was established in 1856 and affiliated with United Methodist Church. It located three miles Northwest of Downtown in Birmingham, Alabama as a private liberal arts college.
- Herzing University.
It provides diplomas, associate degrees, bachelor’s degrees and master’s degrees in a variety of disciplines. The college is for-profit, career-focused institution of higher education.
- Jefferson State Community College.
It is well known as ‘Jeff State’, a two-year college located in Alabama Community College System.
- Lawson State Community College-Birmingham Campus.
It is located in 3060 Wilson Rd SW, Birmingham, AL 35221. A community established University for public.
- Samford University.
It is established in Homewood, a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama, United States. A private coeducational university founded as Howard College.
- Southeastern Bible College.
The university is accredited by the Association for Biblical Higher Education. It is located in 2545 Valleydale Rd, Birmingham, AL 35244. A four-year Christian college located in Birmingham, Alabama.
- University of Alabama at Birmingham.
It is a Public University located in Birmingham U.S state of Alabama. The university is well known by the name of Blazers. Current address is at 1530 3rd Ave S, Birmingham, AL 35294. In 2010, it is estimated more than 17.543 student enrolled in program. The university has ‘Blaze the Dragon’ as mascot. The logo was using Gold, Green and White as main colors.
- Virginia College-Birmingham.
It is founded in 1983 as a chain of private for-profit which has been nationally accredited. It is post-secondary institutions located primarily southeastern United States. Current address is at 488 Palisades Blvd, Birmingham, AL 35209.
Eight university above are part of Alabama University. Read more about it in List all University in Alabama. For student whom trying to find good university which has good and wide selections of programs, eights universities above could be good choice. It is advised to read each profile about them before deciding to choose the campus. Next article will list all of them. For driving directions, Maps and exact location along with screenshot, looks at map below. Happy reading folks.