Leeds is a city in the northern English county of Yorkshire. The hub of Leeds, the pedestrian area known as City Square, is famous for its numerous statues that includes figures of the Black Prince and inventor James Watt. An important city structure is Leeds Civic Hall with its owl decorated towers, the heraldic emblem of the city. The Briggate area is famous for its historic shopping arcades, many of them of architectural significance. Those to explore include Grand Arcade, built in 1897 and home to several small boutique shops, and Thorntons Arcade, completed in 1878 and notable for its clock with four life-size figures. A place called Harrogate is a pretty spa town that owes its fame to the medicinal springs discovered here in the 16th century. Today, it’s a holiday resort known for its parks and flowers, earning it the title of Britain’s Floral Resort. One of its most popular attractions is RHS Garden Harlow Carr. In addition to its diverse garden types, there’s a museum of gardening, a model village, and guided tours of the 68-acre site.
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