We all know what the front of the City Hall looks like, but have you ever ventured round the back to check out the curved design and stunning columns.

14 stunning secret places in Sheffield you might not know about

Sheffield has lots to offer - but there's also loads of secrets and hidden places that you might not know about under your nose in the city.

From the weird and wonderful to works of art, fascinating buildings to Sheffield's quirks, they're all here. How many of these did you know about?

Known as The Megatron, the Victorian-engineered subterranean drainage system was built in the mid-1800s and lies beneath the streets of Sheffield.

1. Megatron

Known as The Megatron, the Victorian-engineered subterranean drainage system was built in the mid-1800s and lies beneath the streets of Sheffield.
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Once the bustling terminus of the Sheffield Canal, Victoria Quays is a quiet, relaxing place, should you want to escape the city streets.

2. Victoria Quays

Once the bustling terminus of the Sheffield Canal, Victoria Quays is a quiet, relaxing place, should you want to escape the city streets.
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Look above HL Brown in Barker's Pool and you'll see the city's 1 O'Clock Time Signal - a city tradition for 144 years. Better still, be there at that time each day to hear it.

3. The 1 o'clock time signal

Look above HL Brown in Barker's Pool and you'll see the city's 1 O'Clock Time Signal - a city tradition for 144 years. Better still, be there at that time each day to hear it.
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There's a tribute to the late singer with this mural on West Street - although whether it bears a resemblance to the Ziggy Stardust is debatable.

4. David Bowie mural

There's a tribute to the late singer with this mural on West Street - although whether it bears a resemblance to the Ziggy Stardust is debatable.
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