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English Heritage is pushing for 120 'architectural gems' in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter to be listed. The agency has recommended that government rubber stamps its proposal for the buildings in the 'workshop of the world' area, which it sees as the most important example of a Victorian and 20th-century jewellery and metalworking community.

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