Trocadero, Birmingham

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For the origins of the word Trocadero, and other places where it has been used, see Trocadero (disambiguation).
The Trocadero, Temple Street, Birmingham
Detail of glazed terracotta.

The Trocadero, 17 Temple Street, Birmingham, England, currently a pub, is a dazzling demonstration of the use of coloured glazed tile and terracotta in the post-Victorian era of architecture.

Formerly the Fire Engine House for the Norwich Union Insurance Company (1846, Edge & Avery), it was altered in 1883 to make the Bodega wine bar. It was given the current colourful glazed front in 1902 when it became the Trocadero. It is Grade II listed.

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Coordinates: 52°28′46.38″N 1°53′57.93″W / 52.4795500°N 1.8994250°W / 52.4795500; -1.8994250