Priory Place - Coventry

Priory Place, Coventry, at night.

As well as being the home of BBC Coventry & Warwickshire, Priory Place is made up of apartments, restaurants and bars and boats a delightful water feature.

The Priory Cloister Garden nearby was redesigned by artist David Ward and uses voices that talk about Coventry past and present.

Panorama by Ralph Ames - Virtual Midlands

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Uploaded: 31/03/2009
Updated: 26/09/2014


Tags: priory place; bbc coventry and warwickshire; david ward; priory garden; whispering garden
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