1. Bristol City has two further education institutions and two theological colleges: Trinity College, and Bristol Baptist College.
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4. Bristol City Bears and Gloucestershire County Cricket Club are based in the city.
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7. In 2005 Bristol City was named by the UK government one of England's six science cities.
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9. Bristol City is unusual among major British towns and cities in its larger black than Asian population.
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11. Bristol City was ranked as Britain's most sustainable city, topping environmental charity Forum for the Future's 2008 Sustainable Cities Index.
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16. Bristol City was associated with Victorian engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel, who designed the Great Western Railway between Bristol and London Paddington, two pioneering Bristol-built oceangoing steamships, and the Clifton Suspension Bridge.
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18. Bristol City was a starting place for early voyages of exploration to the New World.
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21. In 2008 European Capital of Culture, Bristol City was the finalist even though Liverpool got the award.
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27. Bristol City have played at Ashton Gate in the south-west of Bristol, just south of the River Avon, since moving from St John's Lane in 1904.
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