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West Yorkshire, Exmouth Place, Little Germany, Bradford, Yorkshire and the Humber, England, BD3, United Kingdom (53.74143 -1.72020)

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Name: West Yorkshire topographic map, elevation, relief.
Coordinates: 53.51973 -2.17329 53.96315 -1.19881
Minimum elevation: 2 m
Maximum elevation: 722 m
Average elevation: 155 m

West Yorkshire

Wakefield's Parish Church was raised to cathedral status in 1888 and after the elevation of Wakefield to diocese, Wakefield Council immediately sought city status and this was granted in July 1888. However the industrial revolution, which changed West and South Yorkshire significantly, led to the growth of Leeds and Bradford, which became the area's two largest cities (Leeds being the largest in Yorkshire). Leeds was granted city status in 1893 and Bradford in 1897. The name of Leeds Town Hall reflects the fact that at its opening in 1858 Leeds was not yet a city, while Bradford renamed its Town Hall as City Hall in 1965.

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