Beastmarket Hill

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Beastmarket Hill
A tram in South Parade (geograph 3527908).jpg
Beastmarket Hill behind the tram
Beastmarket Hill is located in Nottingham
Beastmarket Hill
Location within Central Nottingham
Maintained byNottingham City Council
Coordinates52°57′11″N 1°09′03″W / 52.9531°N 1.1509°W / 52.9531; -1.1509Coordinates: 52°57′11″N 1°09′03″W / 52.9531°N 1.1509°W / 52.9531; -1.1509

Beastmarket Hill is a row of buildings in Nottingham City Centre forming the west side of Old Market Square.[1]

History[edit]

Beastmarket Hill derives its name from being the site of the cattle market.[2] It is bounded by St James’ Street to the north west and Friar Lane to the south east.

Notable buildings[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Harwood, Elain (2008). Pevsner Architectural Guides. Yale University Press. p. 79. ISBN 9780300126662.
  2. ^ Holland Walker, John (1932). "An itinerary of Nottingham". Transactions of the Thoroton Society. 36.