geographical name town central England in West Midlands SE of Birmingham population 194,100

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  • Solihull — (spr. ßōlĭ höll), Marktstadt in Warwickshire (England), 10 km südöstlich von Birmingham, hat eine Lateinschule und (1901) 7517 Einw …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Solihull —   [səʊlɪ hʌl], Stadt in der Metropolitan County West Midlands, England, südöstlich von Birmingham, 94 500 Einwohner; Kraftfahrzeug und Leichtindustrie …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Solihull — For the larger local government district, see Metropolitan Borough of Solihull. Coordinates: 52°24′46″N 1°46′20″W / 52.412903°N 1.772094°W / …   Wikipedia

  • Solihull — 52° 24′ 46″ N 1° 46′ 20″ W / 52.412903, 1.772094 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Solihull — 52.420833333333 1.7766666666667 Koordinaten: 52° 25′ N, 1° 47′ W …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Solihull — So·li·hull (sō lĭ hŭlʹ) A borough of central England, a residential suburb of Birmingham. Population: 200,393. * * * ▪ district, England, United Kingdom       metropolitan borough, metropolitan county of West Midlands, historic county of… …   Universalium

  • Solihull — Original name in latin Solihull Name in other language Solihalas, Solihull, Solikhal, Solikhall, sorifuru, swlyhal, Солихал, Солихалл State code GB Continent/City Europe/London longitude 52.41426 latitude 1.78094 altitude 132 Population 96267… …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • Solihull — ► C. de Gran Bretaña, en el centro O de Inglaterra, condado metropolitano de West Midlands; 205 000 h …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Solihull College — Solihull College, formerly known as the Solihull College of Technology , is a Further Education College located in the Metropolitan Borough of Solihull, which is part of the West Midlands conurbation, in the United Kingdom. The College has two… …   Wikipedia

  • Solihull Lodge — is a residential area of Solihull, near its border with Birmingham. The area developed originally from a number of farms which were located near to the Mill Pond. The arrival of the Birmingham–Stratford canal enabled more development, and now the …   Wikipedia

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